In recent months, teachers have been incorporating pop culture phenomena in their classroom in innovative ways to better engage their students.
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June 27, 2016
June 24, 2016
Two researchers compiled a literature review of 12 years of studies and reports on teacher leadership, drawing conclusions about what it means to be a teacher leader.
June 03, 2016
An Atlanta Journal-Constitution column interviewed teens about their resentments in school—and found they hate group work and when teachers allow students to commandeer classroom discussions.
May 27, 2016
The National Geographic Bee contest was designed to get students engaged in geography—only 27 percent of 8th graders nationwide are proficient in the subject.
May 27, 2016
Teachers felt that iPads "provide no educational function in the classroom" and are often used to play games in class.
May 25, 2016
More than half of all teachers develop a voice disorder during their lifetime, and female teachers have a significantly higher risk than their male counterparts, research finds.
May 20, 2016
A new survey shows that a majority of teachers believe technology helps facilitate learning and enriches the classroom experience for both students and teachers—but most don't think it's effectively implemented in the classroom.
May 18, 2016
Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. wrote for the Washington Post that teachers of color are more prone to burnout because of the "invisible tax" imposed on them in schools.
May 06, 2016
A new report by the Department of Education sheds some light on the challenges of teacher recruitment and retention.
May 04, 2016
While most teachers are satisfied with their jobs, about half would leave the profession immediately if they got a higher-paying job, the Center on Education Policy found in a new study.