Developing Soft Skills to Complement IT

Developing Soft Skills to Complement IT

Chances are that when you were in school, education revolved around filling your head with facts and an array of general information on subjects ranging from mathematical equations to American literature. Although this was the path toward success in the past, it’s no...
Supporting Kids at Home to Do Their Best and Be Their Best

Supporting Kids at Home to Do Their Best and Be Their Best

Although a parent’s role in their children’s learning evolves as kids grow, one thing remains constant: you are your children’s learning models. Your attitudes about education can inspire theirs and show them how to take charge of their own educational journey. You...
Making Memories That Translate into Deeper Learning

Making Memories That Translate into Deeper Learning

What are some moments that stand out to you from school? Are they moments from sports teams or club activities? Engaging debates or a school science fair? What do you think makes them particularly memorable to you? Chances are they touched on something emotionally...
Season Opener: 5 Tips for Rookie Teachers

Season Opener: 5 Tips for Rookie Teachers

With the fall season rolling in and the school year in full swing, rookie teachers may be feeling the growing pains that come with mastering a new craft. Steven Turner, a U.S. government and world history teacher in Charlottesville, Virginia, shares his experience as...
Bettering Student Outcomes with Formative Assessment

Bettering Student Outcomes with Formative Assessment

Formative assessments, when used correctly and in context, can lead to increased engagement and improved outcomes for students. But defining how formative assessments can help educators, or even what they are for in the first place, can be difficult without a clear...

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