Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: The Impact of School Lunch on Student Performance

By now, it is no mystery that what people eat has an effect on their daily physical and mental health. When people keep themselves well-nourished, […]

Why I Hack My Classroom

Written By: Grace O’Shea New York City, Summer 2011. I was excited to be joining a force of Teaching Fellows poised to tackle the opportunity […]

Creating Control: Managing Bullying in the Classroom

One of every four students reports being bullied during the school year, according to the National Bullying Prevention Center. Bullying in the classroom has always […]

How This Teacher Builds A Professional Learning Community Online

This is the first article in our series about building professional learning communities for online teachers. In this series, we share ideas from online teachers […]

KidZania: Hands-On Kid Sized Cities Coming To America

The world’s fastest growing experiential learning center for children is coming to the U.S., promising to bring unique educational experiences to American children. KidZania’s are […]

How the ‘Pre-Professionals’ Title Gives High Schoolers the Upper Hand

The high school years are a time for discovering oneself — learning strengths and weaknesses, identifying dreams and goals for the future, developing key communication […]

Top 5 Tips for Teaching English Online

Every day, more teachers leave the classroom, and they are looking for different ways to stay in education and still make a difference using their […]

Teaching Quiet Kids: Creating Temperament-Inclusive Classrooms With Heidi Kasevich

Both introverted and extroverted children benefit from a robust learning experience. Yet too often, introverts – who comprise nearly half of every classroom – are […]

Quiet In The Classroom: How To Recognize And Support Introverted Entrepreneurs

Written by: Robyn D. Shulman “Quiet people have the loudest minds,”- Stephen Hawking About two weeks ago, via LinkedIn, I shared Josh Steimle’s book review […]

Got an Idea for an Edtech Tool to Support Special Education? NewSchools Ignite Might Fund it!

Announcing up to $1.5 Million in New Funding Opportunities for Edtech Entrepreneurs! NewSchools Venture Fund is excited to announce the launch of its next ed […]

The Meemic Foundation to Give Out $500,000 in Grants to Local Educators in 2017

Virtually all teachers wind up paying out of their own pocket for supplies. In fact, according to the Education Market Association, on average, most spend […]

This Week: Top Headlines in EducationThere are rising concerns...

This Week: Top Headlines in Education There are rising concerns about science education, particularly as colleges and universities report significant drops in student interest and […]

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