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Making the transition to PBL isn’t easy. But research shows it works and is a great way to provide students with what they need in these challenging times.
While some believe we will be returning to 'normal' this upcoming 2021-22 school year, the truth is there will be a 'new normal.'
After-school staff seeking to become classroom teachers often enroll in nontraditional development programs designed to diversify the education workforce, report says.
Administrators launch initiatives to maximize online learning, even if its no longer as essential as it was in the COVID-disrupted 2020-21 school year.
Having students debunk a conspiracy theory will help them develop healthy skepticism toward the avalanche of information they come across on the internet, cable television and other sources
Critical race theory is not a divisive concept that teaches that all white people are oppressors, says a law professor who helped define CRT decades ago.
Though online learning hit some speedbumps during COVID, educators know it has vast transformative potential beyond a stop-gap response to a historic crisis.
Fisher, Davidson, Bellow and Schrock will bring their elite edtech knowledge and banter in person in Orlando in January 2022
Positive psychology expert Shawn Achor will guide educators toward success by becoming "positive geniuses" at the Future of Education Technology® Conference.
District Administration's Technology Leadership Academy provides guidance on continuous improvement and other pressing ed-tech topics.
Here's how superintendents and their teams can leverage the strides made during online learning over the last year to further personalize learning and more deeply involve and engage parents.
Students own some of their teachers' learning at one Washington high school where kids help design professional development programs in diversity, equity and inclusion.