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As students of all ages spend more time learning online, it's worth asking, 'How effective is online learning?' The answer varies dramatically and depends entirely on the design of the online learning
Edutopia blogger Rebecca Alber offers up 5 classroom strategies for helping students become better listeners.
Free family event. Journey through stories of life in developing countries like Uganda, Bolivia and the Philippines.
Funny Ted Talks to use with middle & high school students to teach delayed gratification, not procrastinating, overcoming rejection, and playing as an adult
Take responsibility for empowering students, and avoid the schooling habits that train them to seek a single right answer instead of exploring the learning process.
Students need good reading skills not just in English but in all classes. Here are some ways you can help them develop those skills.
A veteran teacher reflects on his quest to inspire intrinsic motivation and curiosity in his students.
The books we read as middle schoolers change the course of our identity.
Outlining exactly what students need to know to get a good grade can get in the way of genuine learning.
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy argues that "power posing" — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don't
Most independent schools begin the diversity recruitment process once and only when they have identified a specific need, say, for a math teacher who can also coach JV basketball. However, schools th