eclipse stem lesson
By David Vernier
July 13th, 2017
There are many ways that teachers across the country can incorporate various hands-on, technology-enabled lessons before and during the viewing experience to help students make the most of this phenomenon, known as the Great American Eclipse. The eclipse takes place…


social and emotional learning
By Laura Ascione, Managing Editor, Content Services, @eSN_Laura
June 22nd, 2017
Interest around social and emotional learning continues to expand, due in part to recognition that positive social and emotional skills can help improve students' behavioral and academic outcomes in school. Now, educators can take a look at 25 evidence-based social…


visible learning
By Hilary Scharton
June 14th, 2017
John Hattie’s meta-study, Visible Learning (2009), changed the way we think about what works in the classroom. His analysis of 50,000 educational studies involving more than 80 million students gave us vital information about the relative effectiveness of different teaching…


By Dr. Julie Marshall
July 20th, 2017
Imagine a 5th grade classroom in the middle of a lesson. What do you see: charts, letters, and drawings on the wall? A teacher writing notes on a large chalk or white board at the front of the room? Rows…


traditional assessment
By Jennifer Conroy
July 19th, 2017
Faced with a flood of information, we are challenged to evaluate and make sense of what we see and read, especially in the digital world. Parents, students, educators, and employers all have a stake in meeting this challenge through the…


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