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By admin On Friday, December 15th, 2017
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Polling Students to Check Understanding

Teachers continually search for ways to increase engagement and comprehension in their classrooms. Audience response systems (ARS)—like clickers, for example—can be one tool for achieving those outcomes. More...

By admin On Friday, December 15th, 2017
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2017 Education Research Highlights

Every year, we hope, researchers gain new insights into what works in the classroom—and what doesn’t. In 2017, a group of scientists made the case for why social and emotional learning is essential in schools. More...

By admin On Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
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Giving Students a Little Taste of a Book

I learned about the book tasting—an opportunity for students to try out a variety of books—from an instructional coach at my school, who modeled it for the teachers, enabling us to learn firsthand what this More...

By admin On Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
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Giving College students’ Empathy Muscle tissues a Exercise

Fourth-grade trainer Jesse Ediger needs her digital learners to comprehend that they will faucet into alternatives far past their hometown of Hutchinson, Kansas. “I wish to draw again the curtain, present More...

By admin On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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Why Scholar Information Ought to Be College students’ Information

I’m an information geek. I’ve spreadsheets for nearly all the things: planning my marriage ceremony, evaluating automobile leases, optimizing the place I buy contact lenses, inventorying gadgets after More...

By admin On Saturday, December 9th, 2017
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3 Elementary Classroom Hacks

In my first year of teaching in my own classroom, I learned that teaching first grade requires a lot of creativity. It was also pretty clear from the beginning that customizing any classroom for teaching efficiency More...

By admin On Friday, December 8th, 2017
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The Future of Coding in Schools

For more than three decades, Mitch Resnick has immersed himself in educational technology and innovative learning models. Now a professor at the MIT Media Lab, and a co-creator of the popular Scratch programming More...

By admin On Thursday, December 7th, 2017
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A Small City Faculty Embraces a Large Imaginative and prescient

When 42-year-old Buddy Berry—whose household has lived in rural Eminence, Kentucky, for generations—took the reins of the Eminence Unbiased Faculty District in 2010, he discovered his hometown district and More...

By admin On Thursday, December 7th, 2017
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The Great Gingerbread House Project

The weeks leading up to winter break can be a challenging time to keep kids motivated at school. It can feel like you lose precious teaching time because they’re distracted and anxious for the holidays to More...

By admin On Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
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Navigating Change: Tips From a Veteran

While I was helping an older gentlemen clean out his house after Hurricane Harvey, he asked me a poignant question, “Do you know what it feels like to have everything under control, not worrying about a thing, More...

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