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In a new study, middle schoolers did better with science lessons when they could learn online, watching videos, playing educational games, running virtual experiments and collaborating with classmates
Minecraft: Education Edition has received a new resource pack designed to let students learn chemistry within the game itself. Resources also include new lessons and activities, a teacher lab book, a
Providing feedback can take SO much effort. Here are some ways to get better feedback results in less time.
First grade teacher Kathy Cassidy shares why she believes it's important to connect her young students with learners around the world.
Instead of looking for ways to make punishments stricter, restorative justice seeks to build relationships and repair harm. Learn more about how this holistic approach works and how you can get starte
A collection of ideas to consider as you work to fuel your students’ curiosity.
Favorite fingerplays and rhyming songs for preschool teachers and parents to use with the kids.Great for kindergarten children learning to rhyme, too.
Wonderful free online STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) resources for teaching or learning, with fun activity ideas and well designed lesson plans.
The pros and cons of specialization by subject for elementary teachers.
If you haven't read this article yet, please read it! It has been read by 15 million people. It can change your life and the future of your children. If everyone of us implements small changes outline
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