Like many educators across the globe, I was thrust into a brave new world of modern teaching that I had not been trained for and to which an appropriate response was unclear
Daniel T. Willingham shares study hacks for teachers and students from his new book “Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make it Easy”
Learning by videos outperformed in-person lectures in an analysis of more than 105 studies looking at college students.
Dr. Francine Berman permitted her students at UMass to use ChatGPT to help them write. Despite limitations, she found there were ways it could help edit student work.
New research shows that taking notes helps you to remember more from lecture than photographing slides.
The end of the school year is in sight, so here are some strategies for saving time and maximizing impact to help you across the finish line.
Online learning pioneer Sal Khan believes ChatGPT-style AI technology is going to change the world and educators are already among the first to feel its impact.
ChatGPT has a lot of potential for teaching, say educators, but it can also be used to cheat. Here are strategies to prevent ChatGPT cheating
Labor-based grading is an approach pioneered by rhetoric and composition professor Asao Inoue to be fairer for all students and separate learning from assessment
Google Scholar can be a great tool for teachers and their students. Here’s how to get the most out of it.
When updating home offices and technology for teaching, a few small investments can pay big dividends
Strict due dates are ingrained in all levels of education but some educators find when they get rid of them there’s less stress and more learning.
The Second Chance Pell pilot program has permitted more than 28,000 students in prison to access Pell Grants in order to pursue higher education while imprisoned. The program will soon expand to all incarcerated individuals.
Offering virtual office hours may not be your first choice, but it can be effective for everyone if approached properly
Managing teacher email more efficiently: advice from online teaching professionals and an etiquette expert