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.
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.
Sean O'Connell, the managing editor for Tech & Learning's sister publication CinemaBlend, shares his favorite movies about teaching.
In regard to the Capitol riot, focusing on facts from reliable sources and experiencing historic moments can be teachable moments
Educators should be wearing better masks, says Dr. Joseph G. Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Educator Audrey Muhammad shares culturally responsive teaching strategies for educators in any subject
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.
Some school districts across the country have implemented test-to-stay strategies since the beginning of the school year, but the CDC recently gave the mitigation strategy its strongest endorsement yet
Researchers at St. Louis University’s Policy Research in Missouri Education Center believe growth is a better metric than achievement when assessing schools.
Peter Griffiths, associate superintendent of Wichita Falls ISD in Texas, shares thoughts on what the future of education might look like as we enter the COVID thaw.
Education can return to the way things have been done by restoring previous practices or it can be transformed and become something bigger and better
From the efficacy of flipped learning to the power of therapy dogs, there was a lot of fascinating educational research published in 2021
The ongoing stressors of pandemic teaching and learning have led many school districts to schedule mental health days.
Professor Kathryn J. Biacindo at Fresno State finds students working in virtual environments with inclusive content learn more in less time.
One New Jersey school district has found that redesigning classrooms allows teachers to focus on learner-centered instruction.