Recognizing that "a video library probably won't change practice," Pat Wasley set out to make Teaching Channel (Tch) an interactive community. The former dean of the University of Washington College of Education turned edupreneur took over the Oakland nonprofit two years ago.
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March 19, 2014
March 17, 2014
Autism Expressed is about to roll out a training program for 60 new users. Here's how that will look.
March 17, 2014
The Mooresville Graded School District recently adopted requirements for four large scale multimedia projects in 3rd, 6th, 8th and 12th grade. Beginning next year, students would add products from these projects to their digital portfolio.
March 16, 2014
No matter what else the 21st century demands of your teaching and leading, remember John Dewey of the 20th century who taught "learning to do by doing," love your students, love your work, and remember there is nothing more important than your responsibility to your students.
March 14, 2014
I realized this week that I might be suffering from the Spring Break Blues. As someone who attended school in America, I grew up knowing and loving spring break and being off from school. But now, as someone working at a business in the education sector, my feelings have turned from love to loathe.
March 13, 2014
Three new books tackle what it means to teach and lead "in a digital age."
March 12, 2014
A teaching approach that emphasizes fostering students' autonomy and social and emotional skills leads to academic gains, according to a new study.
March 11, 2014
Two literacy experts discussed techniques for teaching literacy in the era of the Common Core State Standards, something that many teachers say they don't feel prepared to do.
March 10, 2014
Novice teachers with persistence or "grit" are more likely to be effective and less likely to quit midyear, according to a new study.
March 07, 2014
One of the most contested points of teacher contracts is the issue of tenure. Hardline education reformers argue that tenure protects underperforming teachers, which ends up punishing the students. Teachers unions challenge (among other reasons) that with the ever-changing landscape of K-12 education, including evaluation systems, tenure is necessary to protect the jobs of excellent teachers who could otherwise be ousted unfairly.