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July 15, 2019

What to Do When Physics Teachers Don't Know Physics

Many teachers are tapped to teach physics without prior training or experience. A new study explores a possible solution.

July 11, 2019

Can Media Literacy Combat 'Truth Decay'? What Teachers Should Know

A new RAND Corporation report found that there isn't universal agreement on which skills are part of media literacy—making it difficult to evaluate and compare educational programs.

July 03, 2019

Preschoolers Who Practice Phonics Show Stronger Math Skills, Study Finds

New research from Liverpool John Moores University in England found that learning about letter-sound interactions at home positively predicted young children's ability to count, calculate, and recognize numbers.

May 30, 2019

States Introduce Sex Education Legislation Following #MeToo Movement

A growing number of states have passed bills that would expand on what is covered in sex education lessons, including adding language on consent and healthy relationships.

April 17, 2019

Black Students Say Their P.E. Teacher Asked Them to Play 'Slave Games'

This incident is the latest in a string of newsmaking lessons on slavery this year—lessons that students and parents have called out as racist and harmful to black students.

March 12, 2019

What Teachers Should Know About the Science of Reading (Video and Transcript)

Education correspondent Emily Hanford of APM Reports spoke with Education Week about her radio documentary on early reading and what teachers should know about reading science.

February 06, 2019

How to Differentiate Instruction (Without Losing Your Mind)

Differentiation doesn't have to mean spending hours creating separate lessons for every student. In these two videos, veteran educators Larry Ferlazzo and Katie Hull Sypnieski describe techniques they use to meet students where they are in a multi-ability classroom.

January 03, 2019

Thousands of Copyrighted Works Will Now Be Freely Available to Teachers

Robert Frost's poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" and books by Edith Wharton, e.e. cummings, and Virginia Woolf have entered the public domain, almost 100 years after they were originally published.

September 11, 2018

Differentiating Instruction: It's Not as Hard as You Think (Video)

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.

September 11, 2018

Should In-Class Presentations Be Mandatory? Students Debate on Twitter

Students share experiences of anxiety in class as a result of presentations.

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