Signs of teacher burnout include emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and a feeling of no longer being effective at your job. It’s important to listen to these feelings and make changes.
For a new study, researchers looked at 26 previous studies and a total of 25,090 students and found that differences in reading comprehension could explain 8.4 percent of the variation seen in college grades.
Strangers Things’ creators, the Duffer brothers, credit Hope Hynes Love with fostering and encouraging their early creativity. Love shares strategies for inspiring and educating students through the arts.
Asking questions and making sure to give yourself time off are among the advice veteran and award-winning educators offer for new teachers.
Teachers can make their lives easier and help students with their mental health by reframing their teaching and looking to healthcare for inspiration, says Dr. Christopher Jenson
Creating clear systems for tech tool approval in your district is important, says Kimberly Ramos, instructional coach at the North Kingstown School Department in Rhode Island.
Becoming a school counselor can be a rewarding profession and is currently a position in high demand. Jill Cook, executive director of the American School Counselor Association, shares some insight for those looking to enter the profession.
Mindfulness can help school IT staff overcome stress and help spur emotional and professional growth
Teaching educators the basics of cybersecurity and fostering good digital citizenship can help keep your school network secure
Virtual reality can enhance educational experiences and is a powerful way to foster student engagement.
Listening to students and providing a safe space for sharing their concerns is key when discussing school shootings, says Olivia Carter, last year’s School Counselor of the Year.
Webinars should be as interactive as possible and allow for hands-on practice, says Laurie Guyon, who has hosted more than 400 webinars for her Board of Cooperative Educational Services
Polling to measure public satisfaction with schools throughout the pandemic has shown a majority of Americans support the job their local schools are doing
A recent survey of adolescents finds the pandemic exacerbated the pre-existing mental health crisis, but there are strategies that schools can implement to help students.
New research finds that Black, Latino, and Asian-American students in New York City were about 3 percent less likely to be suspended if their teachers shared their racial or ethnic background.
The U.S. government’s UFO report provides the perfect opportunity to teach about media literacy and the search for extraterrestrial life.
Parents and teachers can get students to read for fun by encouraging them to choose what they read or listen to and by helping them build other positive reading habits
Practicing microproductivity by breaking large tasks down into smaller, easier-to-complete ones, can save time and help educators and students tackle daunting projects
As the metaverse draws increasing attention, a team of leading researchers has put together an evidence-based guide for educators
A new study found that schools had great variation in student math scores that couldn’t be explained by in-person vs. remote school alone
Growth mindset works for specific students in specific instances but educators should be careful when implementing it, says David S. Yeager of the University of Texas at Austin.
A flipped classroom prioritizes hands-on work and educator-student interaction by “flipping” the type of work typically done during and outside of class.
The award-winning edtech specialists at Oak Grove School District in California share their tips for protecting student data privacy while still utilizing the latest tech tools.