The demands of distance learning will make your Learning Management System (LMS) more important than ever this year. Have you thought about how to align your tech with the best research on how students learn?
Distance learning has brought many changes to our daily practice and made many of us feel like rookie teachers all over again.
The open-ended work in project-based learning can help students explore issues that matter to them.
My objective, as an educator, is always to enable students to discover themselves—and, in doing so, help them gain the knowledge, skills, and courage to understand and improve the human condition.
On the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, educators can use the stories of female activists during Freedom Summer to teach about women’s suffrage.
August 18 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted voting rights to women in America.
By asking students to explore the history of scientific discoveries, we get them to view their world with more wonder—and more skepticism—and condition their minds to think about causes and effects.
As remote teaching and learning become more common–if not the standard in many places over the next six months–I thought it might be useful to offer some remote teaching tips to engage students in distance learning.
As with all content, how useful and relevant any of these are depends on your context–experience, grade level, need, priorities and strengths as a teacher, etc.