Several studies have shown that school tardiness has a negative impact on learning outcomes.
By the mere nature of arriving late and missing school hours, students receive fewer hours of instruction than students who are in class when the bell sounds.
When students engage in PBL, they should gain skills that will help them solve a wide array of problems, not just the problem at hand.
In 2006, I launched “the wolves project” with my students at New Tech High School in Napa, California. The project required students to determine whether the grey wolf should be reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park.
Teachers may be hesitant to discuss race with young kids, but these research-backed, age-appropriate strategies can help.
Conversations about multicultural education, antiracism, and antibias are becoming more prevalent within educational communities.
These (mostly) free tools make it easier for teachers to connect with remote students and provide plenty of ways to engage them.
As so many of us try to juggle teaching virtually or in a hybrid format this year, I’ve decided to focus my energy on technology that will help me no matter the setting. These three tech tools have had a huge impact on me, my staff, and my students.
Elementary students may struggle with developing reading skills in an online classroom. These tips can maximize your time together.
In this time of virtual and hybrid learning, navigating the intricacies of distance learning can be tricky, especially when it comes to phonics. Research shows that time on task with a teacher has the most impact on reading proficiency.