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Help for parents bewildered by the sense that the game has swallowed their children, especially since the mobile phone version was released in late March.
A teacher in training shares three ideas she has picked up for how to make group work more inviting for introverts.
Find that person who challenges, advises, and celebrates you—and be that person for someone else.
The number one concern that I hear from educators is lack of time, particularly lack of instructional time with students. Although we can't entirely solve the time problem, we can mitigate it by caref
We still hope for some bits of innocence in childhood. We aspire to days that are carefree and playful. We think those days help form us as adults. Schools can play a role.
School leaders face pressures about what digital learning approaches to take and what tech products to buy—from the central office, education companies, teachers, parents, and students.
Let the Cat in the Hat lead you and a friend through the Engineering Design Process as you challenge your building brains to design some amazing creations in this collaborative game.
When did America decide preschool should be in a classroom?
The jazz musician was best known for his irresistible educational songs, which packed math and civics lessons into funky earworms.
A look at some common problems teachers find when implementing student-led discussions—and potential solutions.
Stories that will move you and your students.
Although Americans have low confidence in H.S. graduates' readiness for work and college, there is agreement across party lines on how to improve.