In a new RAND report, teachers in remote and hybrid environments reported more challenges than those in solely face-to-face instruction.
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A new study offers further evidence against the "learning styles" theory—the idea that students can process information best when teachers tailor instruction to students' strengths.
September 11, 2018
In this video, teacher and author Larry Ferlazzo explains that differentiation is not about long nights of planning and grading, but about being flexible and making decisions in the moment based on what students need.
March 19, 2018
A Wrinkle in Time, the beloved classic by Madeleine L'Engle, is now on the big screen. Educators, celebrities, and nonprofits are teaming up to make students don't miss it.
September 14, 2017
As studies continue to prove the educational value of podcasts, educators across the country are using them to teach research skills, critical thinking, and storytelling. Here's how they do it.
June 03, 2014
An education professor writes that direct instruction presents a quandary for educators. On the one hand, he says, it can to help students' acquire basic skills and do better on standardized tests. On the other, it embodies a highly restrictive view of learning.
February 10, 2014
The use of simple checklists to manage complex, sometimes unwieldy projects has been a trending topic in many industries. Teaching is no exception.
February 05, 2014
Members of a Washington panel discussion on teacher use of data agreed that educators need better training in data, but first teachers need to trust it.
December 02, 2013
Austin, Texas, elementary school teacher Emily E. Smith argues that classroom-design conventions are in need of a serious upgrade. She explains how, to create a more creative space for learning, she reconfigured her own classroom based on photos of successful tech startup offices
November 25, 2013
T.H.E Journal compiles nine tips on for teachers interested in flipping their classroomsdefined as having students watch videos lessons on their own while reserving classtime for more one-on-one instruction and active learning.