School officials urged federal lawmakers to update the law governing the handling and disclosure of student data in a House hearing, saying that it must provide more clarity to education leaders.
Last year, Canadians marked the 150th anniversary of their nation. But the Canada that was created in 1867 excluded the people who already lived there. This month historian Susan Neylan charts the way
Each interactive concept-builder presents learners with carefully crafted questions that target various aspects of a discrete concept. There are typically multiple levels of difficulty and an effort track learner progress at each level or in each activity.
Educational resources, teacher training, and strategies to support positive change! Native Knowledge 360° is a national initiative to inspire and promote improved teaching and learning about Native American history, cultures, and contemporary lives.
Embed reasoning and reflection into the problem solving process
A multicultural collection of books can reflect students’ lives, reveal other experiences, and help students expand their thinking.
In fact, new research suggests adolescents can take take the opposite message from adults praising effort: that students just aren't "talented."
Using new technology, researchers have uncovered the entries, which were covered with brown paper.
Includes general science, health and medicine, natural science, astronomy and space science, and coding and mapping sources. Looking for science information doesn't doom you to spending a lot of money. As Jeffrey Meyer points out, you can find at least a dozen free science resources on the web.
A team of four education researchers, led by Susan B. Neuman at New York University, conducted an in-depth study published in April 2018 of 100 of the most popular videos that claim to be "educational
Loewenberg Ball put a scientist's microscope on a classroom moment to give us all a lesson in how implicit bias – racism and sexism – unintentionally creep into the classroom.
Professors can't pretend that they teach literature in a bubble.
For a relatively new buzzword, grit certainly has a lot of supporters. It is grit, and not necessarily IQ or talent, that can predict students’ academic success. And as educators seek to unde…