Best practices to help post-pandemic students learn to resolve conflict and thrive
Middletown City Schools does not have many Black male employees. The Admiral Squad was formed to help change that.
CASEL’s new online SEL course takes 45-60 minutes to complete and provides a lot of information in an efficient manner.
Microcredentials can provide teachers the opportunity to enhance their professional skills and a tangible document of their pedagogical abilities
Rural school districts can accelerate digital equity by considering the roles of devices, connection, and instruction
ChatGPT has a lot of potential for teaching, say educators, but it can also be used to cheat. Here are strategies to prevent ChatGPT cheating
Labor-based grading is an approach pioneered by rhetoric and composition professor Asao Inoue to be fairer for all students and separate learning from assessment
Programmed by Edward Tian, a Princeton senior, GPTZero is designed to help educators detect writing generated by ChatGPT
Two nonprofits and UC Irvine have joined forces to create ExperienceCraft, a Minecraft server that supports students who have experienced loss
Brothers and students Rohit and Sidharth Srinivasan had the idea for Trashbots after teaching at orphanages in India
Every student should have these basic tech skills in order to be successful during their education and beyond
In his new book “Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make it Easy,” Daniel T. Willingham shares study hacks for teachers and students
Synonyms for the word resolution could serve as guidance for solving education problems in the year ahead
Schools that employ a year-round or balanced calendar hope to limit learning loss and provide more resources and one-on-one attention for students.
Flipped learning expert Jon Bergmann provides a blueprint for educators interested in mastery learning.