Many students dread reading Shakespeare because they think his works have nothing to do with their 21st century interests.
In recent years, “equitability” and “equality” have become popular buzzwords, but although the terms are often used interchangeably, there are significant differences between them.
I have always been interested in building things from scratch, so when I first heard about my school's science fair club, I signed up immediately.
Are you interested in improving student engagement with your ELL students? Here’s an idea that I tried at my elementary school that was both fun and successful—a Rubik’s Cube club.
Disciplinary problems were high, student achievement was low, and so was my patience. I knew I couldn’t do this again the following year, so I decided to change my approach.
It can be incredibly easy to treat lesson planning like a checklist. Objective: check. Standards: check. Activity: check. Education experts say there is a better way.