The skills and content taught in science and social studies are often relegated to a secondary importance when compared to literacy and math.
Are you looking for a way to promote professional development for teachers in your district at a time when face-to-face meetings are becoming increasingly complicated, if not impossible?
Simulations encourage students to “learn by doing.
Ask any teacher in any discipline at any grade level and they will tell you that literacy is one of their biggest concerns and challenges.
Many students have trouble understanding the geographic context of United States history even though they can often relate the themes to their lives.
How do educators create the ideal mix of content coverage while at the same time training students to think and analyze novel situations?
I have the privilege of working with teachers across the country and I often hear the refrain that too many students are just not reading on level.
Using discussion boards can be an excellent way to engage students with important middle and high school social studies content.
Rapid advances in brain-based imaging teach us that students need meaning in order to recall information, according to Differentiation and the Brain by David A.
The trend toward personalized learning in education has called into question our culture’s extensive use of the concept of “average” to assess individual performance.