Your lesson plans should fit the shifting education landscape. Here are 17 concepts you may not be thinking about as you prepare new lessons.
Engagement can be fun, but one of the best ways to connect students to the material is to make learning meaningful.
Meet five educators who are determined to help young people realize their value and power.
Discussing human rights and equity should be welcomed in classrooms, not dismissed as “partisanship” or “politics.”
When we encourage students to use their language while learning English, academic success follows.
Journalism teachers are helping students understand that a free press is not “the enemy of the people,” but a pillar of Consitutional democracy.
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.
The first day of school is still a way off, so it’s not too late to think about a new classroom design that can help put your students at ease the minute they walk through the door.
Revisions will cut out all history before 1450. World History didn’t begin with European colonization, educators and students tell College Board.