Being creative and finding your why can lead to classroom solutions such as using an observed behavior chart with disruptive students
More than 10 percent of K-12 and college students said they study with ChatGPT in addition to a tutor, according to a recent survey
Tips for teaching with music as a helpful learning tool regardless of the subject from school social worker Sherena Small
Reading Practice provides learning opportunities for those using Google Play Books and Google Kids Space.
How these online summer jobs for teachers can earn extra income without the time, cost, and hassle of a commute
Jason C. Yip is studying the reaction of students to ChatGPT and other AI technologies; often, they’re not particularly impressed.
Lorrie Owens is the first female and still the only Black woman to lead the technology division of a county office of education in California. Here is her story.
Some new metaverse for education and VR tools that have recently caught the eye of award-winning educator Phil Hintz
Generative AI has stolen the metaverse’s thunder as the “it” technology of the moment. What does that mean for the future of immersive technology in the classroom?
TeachAI is an AI resource for educators and school leaders launched by Code.org, ETS, ISTE, Khan Academy, and World Economic Forum.
Increasing support for mental health in schools is necessary to help stem tide the of recent tragedies
AI will transform education in many ways and school leaders need to be on board and driving the evolution of education
The best interactive whiteboards can help make teaching far more engaging with some fantastic features.
An award-winning educator from California is on a mission to create open online educational resources that help pool existing teacher expertise
A data privacy day in your school can help raise awareness regarding the importance of protecting students’ online presence
Tools and apps for encouraging students to create while learning, from award-winning educator Mike Afdahl