As students return to school after a tumultuous year, here are tips to help them re-engage and ease back into the classroom.
Motivation can be measured as the total of the value students place on the learning experience combined with their belief that they can be successful. Educators who actively work to both increase student value and create learning environments that ensure student success are more likely to have students who are highly motivated, more engaged in the learning process, and more academically successful.
Collaboration, reflection, and healthy competition make for lasting memories when teachers use a novel approach to sustain student interest.
When teachers give retakes and shift the way they talk about grades, students concentrate on the skills they’re gaining—not their scores.
With explicit coaching, high school students can learn to manage their increasingly complex academic and extracurricular commitments.
To effectively collaborate and problem-solve, students need to develop a greater understanding of themselves and others.
Rick Hess: City Year partners with public schools in 29 cities across the U.S., where its AmeriCorps members provide full-time support to students and teachers. Especially in light of the
In distance and hybrid learning, elementary teachers are finding it more important than ever to build lessons centered on students’ active involvement.