In his new book “Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make it Easy,” Daniel T. Willingham shares study hacks for teachers and students
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
The Universities Studying Slavery consortium has brought together nearly 100 colleges and universities in the U.S. and internationally, along with a handful of private K-12 schools.
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.
Habib Matar, lead instructor of the new AI incubator lab at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona, shares advice for starting an AI lab at a university.
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.
Experiential learning can provide real-world connections for students that can start them on their professional career paths
Though written in 1818, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein explores themes of science and ethics relative to today’s students.
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.
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.
Looking at Spider-Man and other Marvel Cinematic Universe characters with an academic lens can help students learn from their favorite shows and films.
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.
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.
Educator Audrey Muhammad shares culturally responsive teaching strategies for educators in any subject