Chiming in on Connected Educator Month, our teacher-panelists discuss how participating in online learning networks has changed their teaching practice and their thinking about professional development.
In an e-book from Education Week Press, award-winning teacher and Education Week Teacher blogger Larry Ferlazzo investigates some of the thorniest problems in teaching by turning to leading educators and education thought leaders for advice.
Ferlazzo and his contributors respond Q&A-style to a variety of pressing classroom-management and student-engagement questions, providing authentic solutions for today's busy teachers.
To recognize the importance of education, advocates should erect a national teachers' monument in Washington, Anthony Mullen says.
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We're building an interactive map in an effort to plot the best field trip spots across the U.S.—based on the collective intelligence of our teacher audience. Use it to plan your class excursions, or just to see where other educators are going and why. See the map.
Two instructional experts will discuss how to use formative assessment to improve student writing and engagement. They'll delve into research and share classroom examples of the assessment techniques teachers are using to inform writing instruction.
FREE! Many teachers don't feel well-equipped to plan math instruction to meet student needs, according to recent survey data. This Spotlight examines research on how number sense predicts math ability, the importance of procedural fluency, the development of math anxiety on timed tests, and how the common core is impacting math instruction.
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