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In this article, a long-time principal discusses her school’s work to decrease behavior incidents by increasing student engagement. The school… Read More »


10 Game-Changing Ideas in Education

In this article, editors at EdWeek have compiled 10 commentaries that outline exciting ideas in the field of education. For example:… Read More »


Bringing Students Into Professional Development

This article looks at the importance of including student voice in professional development for teachers. The author promotes this approach… Read More »


Quality Counts 2018

Every year, Education Week releases a Quality Counts report which examines state-level efforts to improve public education and pulls together a large number… Read More »


How Metacognition Boosts Learning

This article presents strategies for boosting students metacognitive skills. It covers several studies that show the importance of understandings one’s… Read More »

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The Six Secrets to More Successful Partnership Between Students and Teachers

Educators work on behalf of their students every day, but some of the richest learning opportunities arise when educators take… Read More »

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Visible Thinking Resources

This article, When Kids Have Structure for Thinking, Better Learning Emerges, looks deeply at how to best teach students about metacognition.… Read More »


The Science of Learning

This report summarizes existing research from cognitive science on how students learn and shows its practical implications for teaching and… Read More »


The Art of Reflection

Student portfolios can provide an alternative way to assess student work. Yet, they can become simply a catalog of things… Read More »

This article describes how a middle school Language Arts teacher in Omaha, Nebraska has used genius hours to extend student… Read More »

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