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- Asking students to examine their own possessions from the perspective of a historian in the future helps them sharpens their analytical skills.
- Though remote learning has brought many challenges, some students seem to be thriving in the new circumstances. What can we learn from them?66.4k
- Educators share their best synchronous and asynchronous strategies to boost student participation during online learning.35.3k
- Some schools are changing the way they teach reading—based on research that shows background knowledge is more critical to comprehension than general skills like ‘finding the main idea.’37.3k
- In this video series, we explore how educators can guide all students, regardless of their developmental starting points, to become productive and engaged learners.20.8k
- Seemingly innocuous statements can exacerbate math anxiety among learners—and avoiding these phrases can help all students see themselves as “math people.”7k
- An American whose classroom in Beijing is now online shares what she and her team have learned since the coronavirus hit, just as U.S. teachers make the same shift.42.1k
- Celebrating your middle and high school students' unique identities can bolster connections and improve performance in school.9.2k
- Five ways teachers can celebrate and extend the linguistic expertise of young students who speak two or more languages.5.8k
- In a series of interviews with master teachers, a reporter finds that certain intangible qualities matter more than the best tactics.4.5k
- The number one concern that I hear from educators is lack of time, particularly lack of instructional time with students. Although we can't entirely solve the time problem, we can mitigate it by carefully analyzing our use of class time.116.5k