Educator Voices

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Erin Einhorn on June 26, 2019 It was a Friday morning in early May, just before Mother’s Day, when a group of preschool teachers settled onto oversized pillows and colorful beanbags for a conversation that would lead to tears, frustration and — eventually —  a...
20 Of The Best Free Science Apps For iOS by TeachThought Staff The ease-of-use and engagement factor of an iPad can really liven up a lesson. Combine that with an app’s ability to simulate real-world conditions, such as chemical reactions, and you have a tool that is both safe and fun for...
They are early risers and hard workers. They have a “talent for struggling through” and the determination that follows. Some are the first in their family to go to college — or even graduate from high school — and many are financially independent from their parents. They’re often...
This theme emphasizes the critical need to provide a high quality science education for all students.  All for science indicates the teamwork behind a comprehensive science program. Formal and informal educators; elementary, secondary, and post-secondary educators; parents, teachers and community...
Why Did That Student Fail? A Diagnostic Approach To Teaching by Terry Heick This post has been updated and republished from a previous version When students struggle in school, it can be for a variety of reasons. From their grasp of content and literacy skills, to their engagement level, to...

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