Research-backed methods educators can use to make a difference
It’s 8:45 a.m. and a creative AP English teacher greets her students with handshakes and high fives. But they’re not as energetic as she is. *** I found this interesting since a number of urban schools don't offer AP Courses *****
Students from families with little formal education often learn rules about how to speak, behave, and acquire knowledge that conflict with how learning happens in school. They also often come to schoo
The brain is run by three things. First, behavioral geneticists estimate that about 30-40% of how we turn out is genetics. But that leaves 60-70% up to either the environment or environment and geneti
Learn how you can help at-risk students from poverty succeed in the classroom with tips from author and educator Eric Jensen.