The idea that different students have different learning styles pervades education, but cognitive scientists say there is no evidence learning styles exist.
Advice for effective one-way masking from Linsey Marr, a leading expert on airborne viruses, as many school mask mandates across the country end.
Renee Kotsopoulos, director of health services for the Garland ISD in Texas, helped bring telehealth to her students and believes technology can help keep kids healthy and in school.
AmTech Career Academy won Most Innovative Learning Spaces at Tech & Learning’s Innovative Leader Awards in Orlando in January.
Universal dyslexia screening can help school districts identify students who are at risk and provide additional support, even though it is not required in every state.
Chad A. Rose, the director of Mizzou Ed Bully Prevention Lab, shares tips for preventing cyberbullying.
Educators share how to engage young students in synchronous online classes through music and by giving students choice in how they learn.
These free online music lessons, activities, and apps will bring the joy of music into any classroom
Beth Rogowsky, a professor at Bloomsburg University, shares tips from her book on brain science and teaching.
Matthew Kraft, a professor at Brown University, shares some best practices for implementing online tutoring programs based on his recent research.
The honor recognizes exceptional administrators in select regions around the country who are leading innovation in their school districts.
Educators can help reverse digital disruptions for students through binaural beats and blue light blockers
This TikTok Lesson Plan is designed to assist educators with using an edtech social tool to enhance the teaching and learning experience
Teach like an influencer to make sure you're digitally available to students with these top tech tips.
Screencast a lesson as a way to educate remotely and make flipped classrooms even more effective. Here's how.
Here's what you need to know about the digital tools for teachers, such as Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, and Flipgrid
Google Sites is a great way to build a website and is available to teachers for free, here's how to best use the resource.