By: Jennifer Pieratt. The open-endedness of planning Place-Based Education can quickly go from exhilarating to overwhelming, so here are five tips to help teachers just dip their toe in the deeper learning pool.
yesterday by Guest Author
In "Poor Students, Rich Teaching," author Eric Jensen discusses how teachers who choose to better understand poverty and work to change mindsets can be one of the biggest factors in making a difference for these students.
yesterday by Emily Liebtag
Our staff tested out the new mobile learning app Epic Heroes of Knowledge, which gets both children and parent engaged in learning fun through traditional and non-academic subjects.
2 days ago by Getting Smart Staff
The majority of graduation requirements in today's schools have looked similar for over a century. It's time to rethink what today's graduates should know and be able to do, as well as our teaching approach.
6 days ago by Tom Vander Ark
By: Letise Dennis. From the youngest to the oldest in your household, they all have unique and individual motivational factors. So this year, when preparing for back-to-school, try these ideas for getting K12 students motivated based on their age.
9 days ago by Guest Author
Curriculum Associates designs research-based, print and online instructional materials, assessment tools, and data management resources. We believe every student deserves the chance to succeed and with our easy-to-use i-Ready®, Ready®,and BRIGANCE® programs, we strive to make a meaningful impact on student outcomes.
The funding needed to implement NGSS in schools unfortunately means some districts will be left out. However, here are several standards aligned open simulations and tools that can still provide access to this teaching and learning approach.
9 days ago by Emily Liebtag
By: Sharon E. Davison. Here are several online platforms and techniques I use in my kindergarten classroom for modeling appropriate online etiquette and helping my students develop an early global awareness.
11 days ago by Guest Author