Educator Voices

With the rapid spread of the Corona Virus, there has been a clarion call for schools to close and immediately shift to online learning in the interest of health and safety. With all that has been written and talked about in regard to “online learning” over the last decade, the perception is that...
What is it like to be a Black girl learning math in U.S. schools? News stories tell us some of the worst examples, such as a school resource officer dragging a teenager across the floor or a teacher ripping up a first-grader’s paper in front of the class. More subtly dehumanizing experiences can...
SQ3R stands for Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review. It is a study strategy for students designed to increase engagement and retention of a text. The post What Is SQ3R? A Definition For Teachers appeared first on TeachThought.
Drew Perkins talks with Carol McCarthy and John Silva from the News Literacy Project about their work to empower educators to teach students the skills they need to become smart, active consumers of news and other information and engaged, informed participants in civic life. The post The...
Over the last few days, I’ve been reading a ton about how to run an effective meeting. I don’t know why, but articles keep popping up in my news feed with titles like, “Five Tips for Running an Effective Meeting” and “Want to Have More Productive Meetings? Start Here...

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