Teaching Profession Teachers Still Believe in 'Learning Styles' and Other Myths About Cognition
Most teachers believe in learning styles and being right- versus left-brained, which have been debunked by research, a new survey found.
Equity & Diversity Opinion Students Making an Impact: Global-Scholar Programs in the Midwest
Students can earn a "global distinction" on their high school diploma by completing a capstone project. Annette Cowart explains what this means for districts.
Teaching Opinion Developing Student Mindsets Through Service Learning
How to engage in meaningful service learning and volunteer activities with students.
Science Opinion Makerspaces: Building Community and 21st-Century Skills in Detroit
How maker spaces can promote 21st century skills, social-emotional learning, and a sense of community.
Curriculum Opinion Empowering Young Activists Through Harry Potter Fandom
How can being a fan inspire young activists? Here are examples from the Harry Potter Alliance.
Special Education Group Aims to Boost Advocacy Skills for Parents of Students With Disabilities
In a Pennsylvania town roiled by controversy after a superintendent's resignation, a volunteer group's efforts seek to rebuild trust between the community and school district.