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Young Jason Arkin was a bright college student, but his lifelong battle with depression culminated in tragedy last spring. But his Overland Park family aims to keep his memory alive by helping other y
Tips for parents and educators on talking to kids about the unthinkable and inevitable events in life
Learn how to develop a blog for classroom use
K–12 students also produce their own films, news broadcasts and other content in media classes.
Round Robin Reading (RRR) has been a classroom staple for over 200 years and an activity that over half of K-8 teachers report using in one of its many forms, despite overwhelming criticism that the p
As your child enters adolescence, your child will begin to make more choices on their own as they test boundaries and become more independent.
Dan Kriesberg is a science teacher at Friends Academy (NY). He also is the author of A Sense of Place: Teaching Children about the Environment with Picture Books and Think Green, Take Action: Books an
Make homework engaging, increase completion rate and save time on review with Kahoot! Learn how you can assign kahoots as homework with challenges.
Learn how to guide your kids toward the truth they need in their development from child to adolescent, with expert help from Parent Toolkit.
As kids get older, the activities that cultivate imagination often get sidelined by the demands of academics. Professor Wendy Ostroff explains why imagination is so important and has suggestions for b
Just as there were shifts in teaching that were brought on by the adoption of the Common Core, there are shifts that need to take place in our school communities in order to cultivate an environment o
"You have a great mind" and 24 other fun ideas.
"Students are interacting, talking to each other, reading, kicking a ball, socializing — because they're not standing in a circle texting each other."
We are temporal creatures. We live in a temporal environment—we’re always moving through time. Being awake to those forces can help us work smarter and live better.
Reading for fun has numerous lifelong benefits, and we have ideas for how you can promote this habit among your students.
In an era when many kids get a first smartphone at age 10, psychologists say the devices have turned us into Pavlov's dogs — drooling for the next notification, buzz or text. Ready to dial back?
"Here at Randolph, we work hard to make sure that we focus on the possibilities we can allow with educational technology. We hope that our students will use these tools to create, not just consume."
You absolutely love being a teacher, and we love bringing you the latest and greatest resources. Get inspired with this teacher tool kit from the experts at Concordia University-Portland’s College of
How do you move from “pockets of innovation” to a “culture of innovation”? How do we move from “engagement” to “empowerment”? What does innovation mean for education, and ho…
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