We want your children to succeed as much as you do. When you undercut us, it not only upsets us but we have to work even harder to regain students’ respect I left school crying recently after parents’
Last week, Microsoft quietly released a public preview of “Learning Tools for OneNote.” This Microsoft hackathon winner is an add-in for OneNote designed to improve the reading and writing experience students.
Why we may want to go 'old school' for our next meeting: How technology may be undermining our learning and performance
Technology has undoubtedly taken a firm grip on all areas of our lives. In our offices, laptops, iPads, and the like have been integrated into almost every element of our work. Many people now bring these
Lego Mindstorms robots have done wonders getting kids interested in science and programming. Now Lego Education is launching a new robot learning system, dubbed WeDo 2.0, to help teach kids about engineering,
Claudio Sanchez is the senior member of the NPR Ed team, with more than 25 years on the education beat. We asked him for his list of the top stories he'll be watching in 2016. Claudio Sanchez is the senior
Jordan Shapiro drew a lot of attention this year with his four misconceptions about the future of education. As with much of his work, he tries to take a cattle prod to the conventional education narrative.
Today’s young children are working more, but they’re learning less. Step into an American preschool classroom today and you are likely to be bombarded with what we educators call a print-rich environment,
If being a teenager is hard, teaching them is harder. Here are four insights into the adolescent brain – and how it can inform classroom practice Teenagers think differently to grownups – they are more