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Response: Ways to Help 'Student-Athletes Achieve Academic and Athletic Success'

These are the key ingredients for learning. The teacher-as-coach model places the students' learning efforts at the center of the classroom ... themselves to create a time and space for him ... read more

'Teaching without teaching': Creator of KenKen puzzles cultivates young minds through math and fun

“Automatic composition software could never create ... of teaching methods that emphasize rote learning or memorization. He worked for a cram school in Yokohama after graduation before he founded his ... read more

How Business Can Engage Students And Educators With Technology

When we teach technology, we need to think about creating more personal connections by sharing stories, sparking imaginations and making learning ... teaching technology, very few — just 10 percent — ... read more

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9 Tips For Teaching Kindness in the Classroom

Fostering a culture of kindness enhances the connections made peer-to-peer and student to teacher. Carving out time to intentionally promote kindness ... to be successful in their learning journey. Ki... read more


Randolph Township Schools Names 2019 Educators of the Year

The Randolph Education Foundation also honors these six teachers at its annual Randolph Rock Star event in June. When a large group of administrators walked into RHS Teacher of English teacher Michell... read more

How to Promote a Math-Positive Classroom

In his new paper, “Promoting a Math-Positive Classroom ... role in academic achievement. Teachers can stimulate curiosity by bringing out the beauty and wonder in mathematics to create more effective ... read more

Straight up conversation: RAND Education chief Darleen Opfer

DO: We just released our final report about best practices for school districts to implement summer learning ... the classroom observation rubrics which not only provided teachers with more detailed f... read more

Our Student-Led Conferences Were Falling Short. Here’s What We Changed.

When we had his final conference toward the end of the year, it felt like lather-rinse-repeat: similar GPA, same goals and limited evidence of growth. I wasn’t alone. Other teachers ... space for stud... read more

Learner persistence – the productive struggle

All too often we see students that, at the onset of difficult or deep thinking, give up on the task or learning opportunity. So how then can we, as teachers, drive persistence in our students and prom... read more

Response: Ways to Promote Transfer of Learning

Transfer of learning occurs when knowledge we acquire moves from our working memory to long-term memory, and is retrievable. There are many things which impede this process. As classroom teachers ... ... read more

7 Questions With … Mayghin Levine, new director of programs at The Cabbage Patch

and I loved the chance to see definite growth in a child,” Levine tells Insider. “When I was a teacher in a classroom, I had kids for no more than a year at a time. “There are some kids (now ... read more



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