Educators from around the country share their favorite educational apps.
Improvisation is being used as a way to help students and educators feel supported, open up to new ideas and think on their feet.
New research shows that teenagers’ brains aren’t fully insulated, so the signals travel slowly when they need to make decisions. Neuroscientist Frances Jensen, who wrote The Teenage Brain, explains.
When leaders make space for new ideas within public schools new teaching models can thrive.
Programming for young children gets pared down to its analog basics in several board games that teach sequences of commands.
A new report says 52 colleges offer, or plan to offer, some credits based on learning, not just seat time.
Librarians may be a teacher’s best resource when it comes to implementing inquiry-based teaching strategies.
Thom Markham offers a set of principles to help educators see beyond immediate reforms to the education system.
Several schools, including ones in high-poverty areas, are making art critical to the learning of more academic subjects. They’re seeing remarkable student improvement as a result of arts integration.