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Using Student-Generated Questions to Promote Deeper Thinking

Asking students to create their own questions has a powerful impact on learning. Plus, 5 tips to encourage high-quality questions.

You’ve seen a penny hundreds, if not thousands, of times. But can you draw one from memory?

Teaching Drama in Distance Learning

Tips and strategies to help literature and drama teachers adapt theatrical pedagogy for the Zoom stage.

Using theatre as a teaching tool integrates social, emotional, and cognitive development while meeting academic benchmarks.

6 Things to Consider When Planning Professional Development

Simply asking teachers what they’d like to learn can go a long way toward making PD more valuable for your staff.

Professional learning is an integral part of school culture and developing staff. Even though we know professional learning is important,

How to Help Middle School Students Learn to Work Independently

These students can navigate a self-paced class with lots of teacher support at the beginning and clear expectations about assignments.

We know that students are joining virtual classes in all kinds of different situations. Some students have their work-from-home parents closely monitoring their schoolwork.

The Student Engagement Trap, and How to Avoid It

Capturing students' interests can be harmful to learning when it's not relevant to the subject, research shows.

As Mr. James starts today’s class about volcanoes, he shares one of his all-time favorite wonder moments: