Project-based learning ideas that have your students collaborate with peers around the world and apply their learning to make a difference.
Teachers, psychologists, and authors bring you handy tips and big-picture takes on the state of education in these eight podcasts.
Community building in the classroom starts on day one. Try these strategies to begin forging strong relationships.
Building apps teaches teens far more than just computer skills—they also learn social entrepreneurship and gain self-confidence.
A low-performing rural school in New Hampshire reached out to the local community for help turning things around.
Exercises that teachers and parents can use to help young children develop the ability to identify emotions.
Asking students to give monologues in character and reading aloud to them are just two ways you can encourage them to read.
We should be deliberately teaching middle and high school students how to manage their devices.
The author’s fifth-grade students practiced a variety of skills in order to make 25-minute verbal and visual presentations on their inquiry-based projects.
Text messages and Instagram captions can be valuable samples for teaching tone, writing conventions, and levels of formality.