Tag: Student

How Movement and Gestures Can Improve Student Learning

Two of these resources that educators, parents and caregivers can readily employ are movement and gesture.

How Sketchnoting Can Help with ‘Zoom Fatigue,’ Student Agency and Building Relationships

“You’ve got multiple things happening in your brain at once,” says visual note taker and educator

A Year Of School Like No Other: How A Teacher, A Student And A Parent Have Coped

For Nelson, the separation was heartbreaking: “You’re not a teacher if you can’t be with your

States Must Test Student Learning This Spring, Biden Administration Says

The department is granting states lots of flexibility, but critics of the current accountability system are

President Biden Will Extend Student Loan Payment Freeze Through Sept. 30

“The extension of the payment pauses provides much needed relief to borrowers during the pandemic in

Report Offers Clearest Picture Yet Of Pandemic's Impact On Student Learning

The data at the heart of NWEA’s report come from what’s known to teachers and children

A College Student Is Coming Home. Should The Whole Family Wear Masks?

“I want to make sure that I’m not bringing anything home to my parents, and I

How Can Teachers Nurture Meaningful Student Agency?

Let’s have a look at these values in more detail in order to clarify what we

6 Classroom Strategies that Work for Generating Student Discussions Online

Conversation is a cornerstone of Cicely Woodard’s classroom. Every day last spring, her eighth-graders at Freedom

Six Tips for Paying Off Student Loans (And Pitfalls to Avoid)

Standard: Your loan-servicing company will divide up the total amount of money you owe over a