On Substitute Educators Day, a part of American Education Week, NEA honors its more than 4,700 substitute educator members.
Educators who make the decision to teach overseas learn to live to with the challenges along with the many rewards.
Journalism teachers are helping students understand that a free press is not “the enemy of the people,” but a pillar of Consitutional democracy.
By constantly safeguarding children from failure, parents may be taking away opportunities to learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and coping skills.
Using engagement strategies to lure kids into learning is also an investment in your own energy as an educator.
Putting under-trained teachers in classrooms only harms students and exacerbates teacher shortages across the country.
For educators, uncomfortable discussions come with the territory. The challenge is to help students grapple with controversial issues without turning into enemies.
If your goal is to create lifelong learners inspired by knowledge, AR, in its infancy, may hold the seeds for meeting that goal.
ELLs are the fastest growing demographic in our public schools, but many educators still aren’t adequately prepared to support this population.