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"Human beings are the only species that deliberately deprive themselves of sleep for no apparent gain," says sleep scientist Matthew Walker. His new book is Why We Sleep.
The Eagles defensive end will donate his salary for the remaining 10 games this season to groups in Boston, St. Louis, and Philadelphia that support "educational equity and opportunity."
Data from the Speak Up Research Project reveals social media may not be the best way to connect with parents.
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Being a teacher who’s introverted is so challenging sometimes. I’m going to remind you first that it’s okay to want alone time. You need it, regularly. Although you love your kids, by Friday you likely feel like crawling into a cave to hibernate for the weekend. Normal, even funny, behavior on Monday grates on your nerves as your smile deserts you by Friday.
One of the biggest challenges in teaching rhetorical analysis is teaching kids to move beyond identification to actual analysis. I have found over the years that when I teach kids to look for certain things, they find them!! If we talk about repetition, they can track it down. If we talk about parallel structure, boom. However, I’ve also found that many struggle to move beyond that identification
Dennis Allen doesn’t think the five-paragraph essay is dead. In the years before his retirement in May from West Virginia University, the Professor Emeritus did not assign “strict” five-paragraph essays. He contends that the five-paragraph essay may be dead in the literal sense because instructors of college composition classes don’t assign it, but he believes its structure is still around.
Cultivating the conditions and relationships that allow all students to thrive requires hard, deliberate work. Schools are trying a range of strategies to get students vested in their learning.
Some place in America today, a kid will have been sent to the office for offensive language. He or she will be outside of the classroom for ten or more minutes. Learning time will be lost. Perhaps the child will have told a teacher or classmate to shut the @#Q$ up or dropped swear words in the hallway.
Education Week and NPR explore the trials and triumphs of Washington, D.C.'s new public high school for young black men, Ron Brown College Prep.
In this article, we discuss how the promotion of self-directed learning can be a benefit to every student of every level.
Grammar is tricky and we don't always get it right, but if we misspell a Google search and hit 'Enter' before double-checking, funny things can happen. For example, instead of Ryan Gosling you type Ryan Goosling and a majestic pic of a different type of a Centaur-like creature appears.
Eager to maximize your time? Don’t be fooled–those 10 minutes you’re trying to save on your morning commute may not be worth the effort.
A high school teacher tries a classroom management experiment thinking it will fail. Years later, he’s still at it.
A professional development program for science teachers emphasizes getting students to vocalize their thinking during class.
Everything you know about time-management is wrong. In this challenging and counter-intuitive video, Self-Discipline Strategist and New York Times bestselling author Rory Vaden, shows you why you can't solve today's time-management challenges with yesterday's time-management strategies. More importantly he explains why procrastinating on purpose is the key to being able to Multiply your time.
Launched in 2016, the Science Friday Educator Collaborative invites experienced science educators around the country to collaborate with Science Friday staff in order to create innovative and interactive educational resources for science classrooms. Each week, the collaborative releases a new lesson plan designed for students in K-12 classroom.