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Some students can feel so difficult to work with that the challenge begins to strain a teacher's empathy. Alex Shevrin offers some tips for how she shifts her mindset when this happens and proactively
Global research shows that tomorrow’s jobs will demand creative problem solving skills. We asked 1,600 higher and secondary educators, and 400 policymakers and influencers around the world to tell us about how students are being prepared to be creative problem solvers.
For tweens and teens, self-control is connected to autonomy and other intrinsic motivators
Deborah M. Roffman is the author of Talk to Me First: Everything You Need to Know About Becoming Your Kids’ “Go-To” Person About Sex and a teacher in the lower, middle, and upper schools at the Park S
Save yourself some time, and give your kids some responsibility!
Some assumptions can negatively impact your teaching practice. We have a few tips to combat three common ones.
When a no-grades advocate wrote that gradeless classrooms can improve student learning, teachers responded with some excitement and some skepticism.
Funny Ted Talks to use with middle & high school students to teach delayed gratification, not procrastinating, overcoming rejection, and playing as an adult
In this guest post, Mike Connor shares 7 things teachers should do, and not do, to help with the admission process.
What's behind teens' seemingly inexplicable behavior? Surprising answers from new scientific studies.
Learn to communicate more effectively with your parent or teen. Download this worksheet to complete with your parent or teen, then discuss your answers together.
Simple role-playing exercises can show students how to stand up for themselves without being unkind to others.
Giving students several seconds to think after asking a question—and up to two minutes for some questions—improves their learning.
Are you strict, pushover or right down the middle? These nine questions could help you find the right balance when it comes to your kids and digital devices.
Letters to the editor have always been a key part of American newspapers, the main channel for readers to respond to the content they consume and publicly deb
As an ever-growing array of virtual reality tools hits schools, educators wonder if the technology lives up to its hype.
Technology is everywhere! It’s in the classrooms, too. Some old-school teachers consider it to be a distraction. Naturally, students get distracted when using social media … Read More
This blog is intended to give helpful tips and tricks for incorporating technology into your classroom.
Check out Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy
Fingers crossed that the answer is yes.
Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
Adolescents are under more pressure than ever, and many suffer from depression and anxiety. But new research suggests that volunteering to help strangers makes them feel better about themselves.