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Giving students chances to make classroom decisions and manage discussions guides them to take agency in their learning.
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.
By building connections and looking into the social and emotional well-being of students, teachers can accelerate learning.
Filling in for an elementary teacher can be easier when substitutes have flexible go-to strategies to keep the class running smoothly.
Research shows that hope is a measurable, learnable skill—and to feel hopeful, students and teachers have to work at it.
Joanna Small, a teacher at Lexington High School, shines light on the importance of inclusion in hybrid classes.
This think piece is from Rick Hess, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and the director of the think tank’s Education Policy Studies. This piece focuses on student
Elementary schoolchildren who took mindfulness training two times a week for two years slept an average of 74 extra minutes a night, a new study found.
In response to the significant decrease in student motivation during the past two challenging years, many educators have chosen to explore different means to promote engagement – including rewards.
Building a strong classroom community is possible even during students’ asynchronous work time.
Students need the tools to deal with adversity. Here’s how teachers can help.