A pair of Massachusetts educators are chipping away at the nearly total absence of context for LGBT individuals in the K-12 curriculum.
School success is often measured by test scores, but they don’t paint an accurate picture, says Jack Schneider.
What was once a web filled with code and scrolling text, the Internet is now the world’s largest conglomerate of images. And as visual content continues to rule, the number of images available online
Achieving classroom engagement can happen in 4 minutes with these cool activities for beginning and ending the class with the minutes that matter.
In Good Taste features this infographic that suggests 15 cool TED Talks for igniting creativity in the best ways. Share them with students for inspiration!
Exposure to neuroscience can help dispel—but doesn't eliminate—beliefs in neuromyths among educators and the general public, a study finds.
When students become active learners, they learn that there might be more than one correct answer to a question and whether an answer is “correct” might be more subjective than objective. Luckily there are innumerable ways for teachers to help students develop independent thinking skills.
When Crane Middle School decided to turn over minor IT repairs and troubleshooting duties to students, even the program coordinator was skeptical.
This collection of academic research examines the issue of bullying and child suicide. We included research that looks specifically at suicide and bullying among sexual-minority youth, including gay and lesbian students, who often are victims of bullying.
Employees’ ability to socialize and collaborate is a valuable skill that employers are increasingly rewarding, a forthcoming paper finds.
RefSeek is a web search engine for researchers that aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone. It searches more than one billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers. RefSeek increases visibility of academic information and compelling ideas that are often lost in a muddle of sponsored links and commercial results.
The rise of automation endangers future job prospects—and makes the work of educators that much harder, writes one teacher.
Spending time reflecting and thinking has helped me balance priorities, solve problems, and generate new ideas.
Relatively speaking, U.S. teachers earn 60 cents for every dollar earned by other professionals with similar education levels. And that's the widest teacher-pay gap for any country in the OECD.
Cambridge University is seeking to scrap exams written with a pen and paper due to the deterioration of students’ handwriting. A growing reliance on laptops has led to students’ writing becoming incre