Student Athletes Have Audiences. Why Don’t Student Writers?

When students share their writing with an authentic audience, they raise their game.

Getting to Know Students Deeply

Teachers can improve outcomes and build equity in the classroom by listening closely to their students. Here are six ways to do that.

Getting Your School to Speak With One Voice

School leaders: Promote your school’s message with a back-to-school communications plan that shares your challenges and achievements.

5-Minute Film Festival: Teaching With 360-Degree Videos

Check out these immersive 360-degree videos you can use in your classroom—no special equipment needed.

Join Us for a Twitter Chat on Flexible Classrooms

Edutopia will be hosting our first Twitter chat on Wednesday, August 9, at 4 p.m. PDT. Follow #edutopiachat to participate.

Making Transitions Work for Students and Teachers

Transitions can be a time to give students agency to meet their own social and emotional needs without being disruptive.

Doorways Into Activism

Books can give children an entry point to taking action in the outside world by providing examples of how to address bullying, bias, and injustice.

Bringing Authors Into Your Classroom

Video chats with published writers will inspire your students to read and write more.

Digital Tools and Distraction in School

We should be deliberately teaching middle and high school students how to manage their devices.

Learning to Hook an Audience

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.

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