There is light at the end of our long tunnel of social isolation, but teachers still need to focus on students’ sense of connection to their peers and school community.
An English teacher is redoubling his efforts to use reading and writing assignments to help students learn how to navigate the challenges of a turbulent world.
Popular devices and software come equipped with text-to-speech and other supports that lower barriers to learning.
Among the many challenges of remote instruction is the lack of access some students have...
Teacher-made videos that encourage interaction and engagement are an effective way to support student learning—and they aren’t hard to create.
A summer program in Los Angeles Unified School District shows how teachers—even ones new to computer science—can foster literacy and coding skills simultaneously.
Teachers are learning a lot this year, and keeping a portfolio will help when it’s time to reflect on that learning.
By using culturally inclusive texts to spark conversation, teachers can help young learners get the most out of these books.
The psychologist, researcher, and MacArthur Fellow Angela Duckworth believes that to make better decisions in our school systems, we need to rethink the way we measure student capabilities.