By: Jodie Brivic. In this post, discover how school work directly correlates to real problems the world is facing and possible solutions to solve those challenges.
Platforms can help educators accomplish a variety of challenging tasks, such as powering personal learning plans, managing assignments, supporting the development of standards-aligned projects, and more. Today we’re recognizing 33 platforms with widespread use and/or distinctive features.
Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources to enroll students in virtual summer camps.
At LAB, they are applying an argument-centered approach to crucial issues in their students’ lives in order to educate and empower them.
School Vaccine Hub Publishes Curricular Resources for Teachers to Help Students Learn About COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy
The argument-centered curriculum of the Vaccine Hub encourages students to respectfully explore the root causes of disbelief and distrust in science,.
By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. Though these current times and circumstances, leaders must use nontraditional approaches and create possibilities to connect with students deeper through distance learning.
Love & Logic: 9 Elements Focused on Fostering Powerful Relationships, Collaborative Learning Communities
Instead of a list of rules and punishments, Love & Logic creates ways for teachers and students to collaborate while creating classroom norms and enforceable limits. These are implemented in loving ways without anger, repeated warnings or threats.
Dr. Karen Beerer explores four statewide edtech rollouts that aim to improve school systems.
By: Liz Ramirez. How can teachers support students who are gaining proficiency with English during distance learning? To enhance access for ELLs, it is important to create an environment that supports both receptive and expressive language functions.
The Getting Smart Team has curated a list of our favorite conferences that we think everyone should attend in 2022.