10 ways to improve students’ long-term learning

Research has a lot to say about improving students' long-term memory. Here are 10 ideas you can use in class. Long-term memory and recall are […]

Building Effective Analytic Rubrics

Do you feel frustrated when assignments are submitted that are lacking important criteria? Do you have several people grading and want to maintain consistency and […]

Great and small

English is a funny language. Coloured by countless other languages over centuries of war, politics, colonialism, migration and globalisation, many words have been lost, appropriated […]

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Teachers that You Can Still Do

By James Sanders As a teacher, your New Year’s resolutions involve more than the average person. You’re running a classroom, keeping up with administrative policies, navigating […]

First Year Teachers Discover What Makes it All Worthwhile

In my opinion, first year teachers for the 2020-2021 school year deserve an award for perseverance and flexibility. Teachers have taught virtually, in-person, back to […]

Daily Blog Challenge – Day 7 – ‘magic’

Introduction Whenever I heard the word magic I instantly have the Take That song, ‘Could it be magic?’ echoing around my head. I really quite […]

Daily Blog Challenge – Day 5 – ‘experience’

Introduction With today being Friday, I will be trying and writing the blog posts for the weekend today after work so that they will be […]

5 Essential Resources To Teach Programming Remotely

There are several essential resources to teach programming remotely. Undoubtedly, COVID-19 has posed unprecedented challenges for teachers of every subject. Indeed, many STEM educators are […]

Review: Retrieval Practice

This resource by Kate Jones (2019) is a concise overview of all things retrieval practice – theory, research and classroom implementation. It begins by defining […]

Creative Ways to Teach Students Online During COVID-19

Learning from home has been one of the ways students have continued their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Returning to in-person learning means students may […]

4 ways to fight educator burnout

This post is written by Kim Strobel. Kim is the owner of Strobel Education. She is a highly sought-after consultant, speaker, and happiness coach who […]

Realizing the promise of effective teachers for every child – a global platform for successful teachers

Realizing the promise of effective teachers for every child – a global platform for successful...

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