The K–12 education system needs to change. This sentence has been uttered for centuries, and millions of educators and billions of dollars have attempted to make this change. But why haven’t these efforts resulted in significant change? Why have we read every year for the past century that “the K–12 education system is in crisis?”
- By Dennis O. Harper, Rebecca F. Kemper
The COVID-19 pandemic changed how we teach and lead. From book drop-offs to hotspots for families, the past school year required tremendous amounts of flexibility and adaptation as schools switched between in-person and remote learning environments.
The intersection of SEL and digital citizenship supports students' unique digital challenges.
Physical computing with robots for young learners offers an engaging, collaborative, creative and standards-based approach to any makerspace program.
The intersection of SEL and digital citizenship supports students’ unique digital challenges.
Dr. Susan H. Shapiro, Assistant Professor at the Touro College Graduate School of Education and a published author, offers her top five tips to help educators see ongoing success in their classrooms.
As students return to in-person school in the fall, a science specialist explains how she’ll apply the lessons she learned during distance learning.
Parents and educators know that academic excellence depends considerably on students’ holistic development and a strong, positive learning environment. Unfortunately, many schools lack access to the tools needed to support students’ personal growth and to measure and reflect on their climate for learning.
- By Sharonica Hardin-Bartley, Gary Spiller, Joe Miller
An AP chemistry teacher shares how he guides his students towards independent learning, no matter if they’re in the same room or not.
Schools need smarter and more agile networks to respond to the demands of a digital learning environment that is still in the throes of major changes. For many schools, this means the displacement of legacy WAN (wide area network) architectures with SD-WAN (software-defined wide area networks).