Tag: Teachers

How More Teachers are Being Trained in the Science of Reading

NCTQ considered fifteen programs as exceptional, ones that ranged from Arkansas Tech University, the University of


2 Big Teachers Unions Call For Rethinking Student Involvement In Lockdown Drills

In a white paper out Tuesday, the groups say they do not recommend active shooter training


When Teachers Make Room For Their Own Curiosity They Defend It For Children

Case Study #1: Angela has just introduced her class of 7th-grade students to Scratch, offering them


Five Best Practices Teachers Can Learn from Dungeon Masters | MindShift

Sarah Roman, who uses D&D with her high school English students, draws parallels between the work


How the #DisruptTexts Movement Can Help English Teachers Be More Inclusive | MindShift

Bias often shows up in knee-jerk reactions to discussions about changing the texts students read. And


Safeguarding the Mental Health of Teachers | MindShift

Teachers tell their students that mindset matters. Yet teachers do not always allow themselves space to receive those


The Teacher’s Role in Finland's Phenomenon-based Learning | MindShift

“When you say that phenomenon-based learning has to be student-centered, teachers think I can’t do anything,


Why Teachers Want Math with More Human Ties | MindShift

Shah said that one way he gets to know his students is name tents, a practice


How Can Students Self-Assess When Teachers Do All the Grading and Work?  | MindShift

“It wasn’t really moving the needle in terms of their skill set,” said Tucker. “And I


Is Homework Valuable? Depends on the Grade. Teachers Share Their Approaches | MindShift

Homework is a hot-button issue for both parents and teachers. When we asked the MindShift audience