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Classroom Technology Video Using AI in the Classroom: Tips and Tricks From Two Teachers
AI is here to stay. How educators can maximize it in the classroom for the benefit of all.
Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: Beyoncé's 'Mute Challenge' to Get Students' Attention
This teacher incorporates Beyoncé's "mute challenge" and other elements of pop culture to increase student engagement.
Mathematics Video How Math Instruction Evolved in 2023, and What's Ahead
EdWeek's Stephen Sawchuk examines the changes in math policy and practice in 2023, and anticipates what's ahead for the new year.
Reading & Literacy Video How Reading Policy Evolved in 2023, And What's Ahead
Education Week’s curriculum and instruction reporter recaps developments in reading policy in 2023, and offers a look at what's ahead.
Recruitment & Retention Video How to Support Early-Career Teachers: Advice From Native Educators
They were new teachers fresh out of a graduate program to create a Native teacher pipeline. Today, neither is still in that position.
Reading & Literacy Video Teachers, Try This: A Writing Exercise for Amazon’s Strangest Products
Students search for the strangest product they can find on Amazon, and practice writing reviews in this pre-winter break exercise.
Special Education Video A Student Wrote a Book About Her Learning Disability. Now, She Has Advice for Teachers
Zoe Kozina, 17, is the author of Your Beautiful Mind, a children’s book published this year.
Student Well-Being Video How This Public School Serves Students Recovering From Addiction
Here’s how this public high school provides support for students recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
Student Well-Being Video The Bike Bus: A Weekly Parade With Huge Benefits for Students
This alternative mode of transportation has huge benefits for students, and only requires five components to make it happen.
Reading & Literacy Video What Is the Orton-Gillingham Method for Teaching Reading?
As states move to "science-based" reading approaches, a program developed for dyslexic students gains wider traction. See it in action.