Universal dyslexia screening can help school districts identify students who are at risk and provide additional support, even though it is not required in every state.
Chad A. Rose, the director of Mizzou Ed Bully Prevention Lab, shares tips for preventing cyberbullying.
Educators share how to engage young students in synchronous online classes through music and by giving students choice in how they learn.
Beth Rogowsky, a professor at Bloomsburg University, shares tips from her book on brain science and teaching.
Matthew Kraft, a professor at Brown University, shares some best practices for implementing online tutoring programs based on his recent research.
Lightspeed Systems recently announced its acquisition of CatchOn. Here’s what that means for both companies and for educators.
Schools can learn from businesses and engage in customer service and more frequent analysis of ongoing projects, says educator Bill Bass.
Some K-12 schools are turning to education majors at local colleges as short-term substitute teachers. The practice is a win-win, say those who have participated.
Steven C. Pan, director of the Learning Sciences Laboratory at the National University of Singapore, shares highlights from his recent research and tips for implementing pretesting in the classroom.
At a recent Tech & Learning roundtable, education experts discussed the findings of a new OECD report on social and emotional learning in global students.
A recent study of rapid tests suggests these products are often not catching positive Omicron cases before becoming infectious. What does that mean for schools?
Looking at Spider-Man and other Marvel Cinematic Universe characters with an academic lens can help students learn from their favorite shows and films.
John Harrington of Funds For Learning says districts should be permitted to apply E-rate funding to cybersecurity but that proposed changes to the discount’s competitive bidding process are not necessary.
If they're not already boosted, educators should get an additional shot of the vaccine, say experts.
Using films, documentaries, and video clips can be a good way to deepen lessons and build engagement, but there are pitfalls to avoid
Susan Whitman recently won The Prelock Online Teaching Award at the University of Vermont for her health class. She shares tips for building an effective asynchronous course.
The viral word game Wordle can be used in the classroom to promote problem-solving and other skills.
Middle school students generally liked classmates who were high-achieving academically, helpful, kind, and cooperative. On the other hand, the classmates they considered most popular were sometimes seen as mean and aggressive.
To help overcome the digital desert in the Bronx, a charity organization gave away more than 3000-plus devices and brought community stakeholders together.
Researchers at Stanford University and the University of Gothenburg find those who look at the camera are viewed more favorably by other Zoom/video conference participants.
QR Codes can be a great way for teachers to distribute class material. Here are free sites you can use to generate QR codes.
Incorporating downtime and free play into students' lives is a counterintuitive way to boost learning.
It's human nature to let down our guard in certain situations. However, with Omicron spreading, here are some Covid-related risks to monitor.
In regard to the Capitol riot, focusing on facts from reliable sources and experiencing historic moments can be teachable moments