If your goal is to engage and educate students to the greatest extent possible, you need to consider the benefits of an innovative classroom. An innovative classroom will possess several key traits, including:


A retired teacher offers his insights on staying connected with parents and students in and outside the classroom.


A principal shares his alternative school's approach to connecting the most challenging students to their education through real-world experiences.


The rise in popularity of e-learning and its associated programs is well on its way to creating a tightly-knit global community.


Seeing gaps between what you're teaching and what your students need to be able to compete effectively in the modern workforce? Here's how to close them.


How do you use Instagram in the classroom? Here's how.


Have you ever considered what might be going in the mind of someone who happens to be multilingual?


After just a few months, one Brooklyn school saw a staggering difference in students' results on their Regents Exams and their ability to communicate..


Modern classrooms are slowly taking a new approach to imparting wisdom and knowledge to the upcoming generation. Traditional classroom teaching techniques are giving way to a new system of blended learning.


Society now demands individuals have computer skills to be successful. Therefore, it is imperative that teachers find ways to integrate computational thinking into the classroom. While teachers have hesitated because the terminology is unfamiliar, more teachers are embracing the tools necessary for incorporating this type of thinking into their lessons.


The opinions expressed in Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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