Alan November explains how he would use the first five days of school to lay the groundwork for a year of learning that goes far beyond the test.
Students own their struggles and strengths when they lead parent-teacher conferences.
Despite the focus on specialization, there’s still an argument to be made for liberal arts education.
Regularly looking at student work throughout the creation process gives teachers insight into how the project is hitting home and gives students important feedback.
Parent-teacher conferences are a great time for the adults in a child’s life to get on the same page about the student’s educational journey at school and at home.
Teachers find the most success integrating technology into the classroom when they have clear instructional goals.
Games played on mobile devices allow teachers to leverage all the information on the internet along with the lived experiences of people in real life.
A complicated role-immersion game has a few college professors handing over control of the classroom to students who are suddenly showing more passion and interest than ever before.
Researchers hope that being able to accurately measure how well students resist digital temptations will help them learn about how “academic diligence” features in later life success.
A glimpse inside the education of two “unschooled” boys.