Educator Voices

The MindShift Podcast is back with our fifth season. We’re here just in time to unpack some of the extraordinary circumstances created by emergency distance learning and the COVID-19 pandemic. This season, you’ll hear how teachers and students prioritized what mattered most as school closures...
The relationship between learning goals and empathy may not be clear but what we choose to study and why we choose to study it are deeply human pursuits. The post Empathy Is An Elevated Form Of Understanding appeared first on TeachThought.
From CK-12 and Zoom to Netflix, Yale Online Courses, video and audio editing tool and more, these are 30+ of the best free online learning resources. The post 32 Of The Best Free Online Resources For Students [Updated] appeared first on TeachThought.
Design processes typically start with an average population in mind. As a result, “a lot of people who are at margins get left out, or we worry about them ‘catching up’ to the design,” says MIT professor of civic design Ceasar McDowell in a 2014 video by the Interaction Institute for Social Change...
In response to teacher demand for better distance learning resources, Netflix has released eleven free documentaries through their YouTube channel. The post Netflix Has Released Free Documentaries For Learning At Home appeared first on TeachThought.


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