For our students to thrive in 2020, they will need to develop the critical competencies of media literacy, computational thinking, and empathy.
Instead of viewing new technologies and strategies as an either/or debate, consider the power of a both/and paradox.
Parents long for ways to help their children succeed. Two interventions show the power of providing parents with timely and actionable information to support student learning.
Consider the potential for Project Based Learning to serve as a mindset rather than a finite unit or activity.
For teachers and students to embrace creativity and creative problem solving, they need an initial experience on which to base new ideas.
Despite the arguments against e-reading posed by some scholars, the ability to search, manipulate, and interact with digital texts may prove to be invaluable for deeper synthesis and analysis.
PBL and Design Thinking offer up two strategies for teachers to encourage students' divergent thinking and creativity.
To help future educational leaders embrace 21st-century learning, this online course models best practices and immerses them in a new learning experience.
The #MyParty16 project-based Learning initiative presents students with an opportunity to form their own political parties and engage in the electoral process.
Engaging in Design Thinking allows students to overcome cognitive bias, develop empathy, and engage in the problem-seeking behaviors that they need to be effective global citizens.