March 2006 Archives

Has the Web changed the way you teach? Should more teachers be encouraged to adopt interactive tools for classroom use?


Should social and emotional learning be a bigger part of the regular school curriculum?


In her viewpoint article "Seen and Heard," education researcher and former teacher Antonia Lewandowski writes that, for schools to make progress, students need to have a better understanding of their own responsibility for their education.


According to one recent study, dropouts say they stopped going to school because they were bored and unmotivated—and not because they were failing academically. What do you think? Is there merit in former dropouts' claims?


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