A new meta-analysis finds that mobile-phone multitasking—especially with social media— negatively affects reading speed, reading comprehension, and lecture recall.
While mass shootings dominate headlines, smaller incidents of gun violence in school can also traumatize students and staff and upend their sense of safety, as one teacher learned firsthand.
Terrible events seems to always happen on a specific date in April. No, really.
A look at research-based lessons in brain science and what educators should know.
New study finds that colleges go where students are likely to be white and wealthy.
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Connecting with my students was the easy part, but, professionally, something was missing.
Pass the tissues, please.
But they are also lonelier and more isolated
Youths today are more educated and less violent than in the past.
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Explore the engineering design process with this illustration. This illustration is part of the Engineering for Good unit.
April is National Poetry Month, an annual event started by the National Academy of Poets in 1996 to “highlight the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets; encourage the reading
Finding ways to "ally" different subjects can be key to their continued inclusion in a high-stakes assessment environment.
A simple public speaking framework that can be adapted to fit your available time—and it’s introvert-friendly.
Last fall, a national problem arrived in Superintendent Richard Scaletta’s corner of rural northwestern Pennsylvania. Principals in the General McLane School District began reporting unprecedented lev