When asking an audience of parents what attributes they value, Stanford educator and author Denise Pope heard things like critical thinking, creativity, and well-being. Most parents indicated they…
Parents pack into a gym at Cahuilla Desert Academy, a middle school in the southern California city of Thermal, Mind/Shift reports.
Figuring out which new teaching practices or pieces of technology might work in a classroom can feel like a full-time job, Mind/Shift reports.
We know a lot about how relationships can enhance learning, Mind/Shift reports.
Increasingly, educators are looking to research about how kids learn to influence teaching practices and tools, Mind/Shift reports.
It’s becoming less and less effective to block students from websites.
By now, many educators understand that technology has the potential of transforming teaching and learning, Mind/Shift reports.
Every year, schools spend billions of dollars on supplies and instructional materials and staff, Mind/Shift reports.
Math has a bad rap, writes math professor Manil Suri in a recent New York Times op-ed, and would be better geared to students as a playful and…
Mind/Shift reports: “It’s kind of declaring war on the whole rigmarole of college admissions and the failure to foreground the curriculum and learning,” Leon Botstein, Bard’s president of…