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Over the past two years, there has been an increasing focus on the nature and needs of women and girls with autism. Technology has much to offer this population.
Principals play a key role in guiding instructional practice in a school system, and during my career in public education, I saw firsthand how savvy principals can successfully drive change in their schools.
Take some time to consider all the intricate facets of personalized learning and how it can effectively support your school community.
Start with less teacher talk and more student-centered learning, says guest columnist Matthew X. Joseph, the director of curriculum, instruction and assessment at Leicester Public Schools in Massachusetts and a featured speaker at DA’s FETC 2020.
Offering professional learning to educators as though they were students does not work for teachers—or students, says Eujon Anderson, a featured FETC 2020 speaker and the technology director for Troy City Schools in Alabama.
Save time, money and headaches by first knowing what you want and need.
Back-to-school shopping usually means new clothes, shoes and notebooks, but this year, some students will be sporting another new accessory on the first day—bulletproof backpacks. But experts say they don’t offer much protection
While students—and many adults—tend to think vaping is safer than smoking, it is causing real concerns in the medical community as a growing number of people are developing serious pulmonary illnesses related to e-cigarettes.
Following tragic school shooting events, leaders scramble to do something—anything—to make their schools safer. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent to harden schools. We install expensive surveillance cameras […]
It’s no secret that the United States—once the leader in public education—has slipped well below a number of other countries in performance and outcomes. The problem, says Marc Tucker, president […]
Research shows that when students are engaged in a lesson, they learn and retain more. Ivan Kaltman, a school-based occupational therapist and former fourth-grade teacher, worked with many disadvantaged students […]
Do mobile devices belong in the classroom?
When it comes to engagement, there are few who know more than Gallup. Valerie Calderon, senior consultant at the organization known for its public opinion polls and research analysis, says […]
School districts around the country are experimenting with starting classes later to allow students to get extra sleep. While some dismiss the idea as pampering, Nathaniel F. Watson says there […]