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States Is Cursive Making a Comeback in California? Bill Could Revitalize Traditional Writing Skills
California elementary and middle school students could soon see a renewed commitment to teaching cursive writing.
Classroom Technology Another AI Issue for Schools to Know About: Bias Against Non-Native English Speakers
Teachers need to know that text written by non-native English speakers was often erroneously flagged by detectors as AI-generated.
Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: A Two-Minute Exercise to Foster Student Creativity
Through a two-minute weekly exercise, this Pennsylvania teacher fosters a sense of creativity in her students that extends across subjects.
Classroom Technology Opinion AI Isn't the Problem. It's How We Use It, Especially in Schools
The problem is not the technology, but the kinds of tasks we ask students to do.
Classroom Technology Opinion How Teachers Are Using Artificial Intelligence in Classes Today
Sure, ChatGPT can be misused, but when used correctly, the AI tool can help teachers and students alike in multiple subjects.
Reading & Literacy 3 Takeaways About the Connection Between Reading and Writing Instruction
A researcher and a teacher share practical tips from Education Week's writing forum.
Reading & Literacy This District Made Writing an Integral Part of Its Teaching, and It's Paying Off
Curriculum leaders in Sumner County, Tenn., say students' test scores and confidence have been on the rise.
Reading & Literacy Spotlight Spotlight on Transforming Literacy with the Science of Reading
This Spotlight will help you gain insights into helping students with complex texts, get up to speed on developments in reading, and more.
Classroom Technology Outsmart ChatGPT: 8 Tips for Creating Assignments It Can't Do
Students may outsource their five paragraph essays to ChatGPT, but there are some types of writing the tool doesn't handle well.