Just as the phrase “location, location, location” is considered to be central to opening a business, “practice, practice, practice,” is crucial for students inside and outside the classroom.
Lexus and Scholastic are giving teachers plenty of motivation to take a look at sustainability and curriculum integration.
For teachers working to incorporate an integrated curriculum into their classrooms, understanding the pedagogical philosophy of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) may help reinforce the need for differentiation.
In the midst of Connected Educators Month, October 19-25 officially marks Digital Citizenship Week, an opportunity for students, parents and teachers to address concerns about digital responsibility and safety.
Though the maker movement has deep roots, this learning strategy has recently been attracting lots of attention in the world of education.
For the first time in the 13-year run of the Broad Prize, the prestigious award given to the best urban school districts, the prize was given to two districts in a tie.
EdSurge and Digital Promise have teamed up to create an inaugural award program honoring innovations in educational technology, and in doing so have noticed several trends in the geography of Ed Tech app development.
For new teachers, one of the main challenges might simply be finding a firm structure of management and discipline that works.
For the past two years, October has been Connected Educators Month (CEM), an opportunity for teachers across the country to network, share learning strategies, and discuss curriculum integration.
For some educators, it might be challenging to explain all the benefits of an integrated curriculum to parents.