Will Virtual Reality Drive Deeper Learning?

As an ever-growing array of virtual reality tools hits schools, educators wonder if the technology lives up to its hype. ...
Source: Holly Korbey, EDUTOPIA
Posted: Jul 20, 2017

Study: Holding Kids Back A Grade Doesn't Necessarily Hold Them Back

Grade retention has mixed results for school performance, a large study of students in Florida shows. ...
Source: Anya Kamenetz, NPR
Posted: Jul 11, 2017

Giving Your Teacher Team a Boost

Collaborating with fellow teachers is one of the best ways to make great strides in student performance. Check out these tips. ...
Source: Ben Johnson, EDUTOPIA
Posted: Jul 06, 2017

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How to Survive an Impossible Work Day as a Teacher

Tip 1: Refuel with solo time. Teaching can be a very overstimulating activity. Taking time by yourself to decompress and let your nervous system calm down is essential. ...
Source: Elizabeth Mulvahill, WeAreTeachers
Posted: Jul 05, 2017

Why Grades Are Not Paramount to Achievement

The intrinsic love of learning supplants the drive for high marks in the long run. ...
Posted: Jun 27, 2017

The Least Understood And Most Maligned Aspect Of A Teacher’s Life

First off, summer break is not a vacation. When you work a regular job you get a vacation day here and there. You get a week or two of paid time off. Teachers don’t get that. ...
Source: Steven Singer, Huffingtonpost
Posted: Jun 23, 2017

What My Students Taught Me

Every teacher has a student they never forgot: the disruptive student who worked their last nerve. The shy student they struggled to reach. The heartbreaking student who endured too much too soon. ...
Posted: May 25, 2017

Teachers Gave a Teen With ADHD a ‘Most Likely to Not Pay Attention’ Award

Two teachers at a Georgia middle school will not be returning to work after reportedly giving an “insensitive” award to a student, officials said. ...
Source: Amy B. Wang, Washington Post
Posted: May 21, 2017

Maryland School Survey Shows Bullying Is Down

But researchers found an apparent paradox in the survey: Even though bullying is down, students still responded as though bullying was still a major problem at their schools. ...
Source: Anya Kamenetz, NPR
Posted: May 16, 2017

Can Multiage Classrooms Improve Learning Outcomes?

Multiage advocates say the traditional approach of dividing students into single grades based on an arbitrary birth-date range is illogical. ...
Source: STUART MILLER, TheAtlantic
Posted: May 16, 2017

Four Things We Don't Know About AP Tests

First off, it appears that fewer colleges may be accepting AP credit, according to Russell T. Warne, an assistant professor of psychology at Utah Valley University who has done research on the topic. ...
Source: Anya Kamenetz, NPR
Posted: May 02, 2017

Bringing Joy to Math Class

Math doesn’t have to be tedious. See how one middle school math teacher made math fun while still adhering to all the mandates of education today. ...
Source: Dr. Matthew Beyranevand, Edutopia
Posted: May 01, 2017