5 Fun Gym Games to Get Kids Moving

Use these games to engage even the students who don’t usually like to run.

Learning by Doing: Students Write a Guide to Teen Psychology

Eighth graders at the author’s school taught themselves psychology by writing their own primer on the topic.

5-Minute Film Festival: Making the Case for PE

Explore ways to get moving with your students and to advocate for physical education at your school.

How to Respond When Students Use Hate Speech

Some activities for creating a healthy classroom culture.

Sparking Engagement With Hip-Hop

An introduction to a culturally responsive pedagogy, with examples of how to use hip-hop across the curriculum—including in math class.

Implicit Bias in the STEM Classroom

How to start tackling the biases that hold students back in STEM.

How Teachers Can Learn From One Another at Unconferences, Meet-ups and Edcamps

Unconferences are helping teachers meet one another to connect around needs and interests often not covered by traditional professional development.

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What Would Happen If Students Assigned Their Own Math Homework?

Instead of a set of 20 questions, use this framework to have your students create their own homework based on their needs and interests.

Tech-Based Formative Assessment

Check for understanding in a meaningful and sustainable way with these assessment tools.

The Big List of Educational Grants and Resources

Get a roundup of educational grants, contests, awards, free toolkits, and classroom guides aimed at helping students, classrooms, schools, and communities. Check this page weekly to get the latest updates!

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