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With ongoing debates around the best ways to teach reading, what makes for truly effective literacy instruction?
Tips and insight from experts about the impacts of online bullying in children
"The takeaway [from this study] is that there is potential in using AI to help teachers. It's like having an intern to do tasks for you ... so you can focus more on learners and their struggles."
Creative ways educators can adjust their curriculum during "treacherous" times
A guide for educators as efforts intensify to censor books
Timothy McCarthy on his humble roots, talking too much, and the many ways he hit the jackpot
A new study explores how large language models can aid instruction in certain learning environments
As national history and civics scores drop, educators are finding new ways to make room in their classrooms for social studies
And why it’s an act of justice
Alum develops curriculum to entice reluctant math learners
California Teacher of the Year on his journey
Tony DelaRosa, Ed.M.'18, unpacks how educators teach Asian American Pacific Islander narratives — and how that can be transformed
The $10 million Challenge Match for Teachers, now complete, will expand scholarships for students in Teaching and Teacher Leadership
“Don't shy away from controversy. That's where really rich learning happens. And more importantly, I think the significant learning that we need for a really functioning democracy.”
The groundbreaking new digital repository centralizes the experiences of Black educators during Jim Crow and creates new portals to understanding the history of African American education
Anant Agarwal discusses how and why educators need to embrace AI
"It’s genuinely very hard to teach reading. We haven’t been as dogged in supporting teachers ... in teaching reading in a way that is as sophisticated and complex as it really is."
An exploration of ways in which educators can instill civic identity in students
A broader scientific understanding of why children play could lead to better educational tools and experiences that leverage fun
How refugee education can inform education in other times of uncertainty
Alum looks at the role learning more than one language can play in bettering democracy
In his teaching, alum Jonathan Han works to help students uncover their true potential
How teachers can find learning opportunities using AI-assisted technology
Guidance for educators as generative AI changes the classroom and the world at large
"Imagine a world where we could harness the power of AI to provide teachers with automated, valuable feedback. ... The feedback could range from something simple like student-teacher talk ratio to complex teaching strategies like how often the teacher takes up student ideas. Teachers can choose how often they want this feedback to allow for immediate adjustment and continual improvement."
Generative AI tools can reflect our failure of imagination and that is when the real learning starts
Active citizenship requires a broad set of skills, new study finds
“Even if we don’t know exactly the recipe to give to teachers today, I think this study does say, ‘Well, hold on a minute, maybe we should be thinking differently about what’s right if we’re teaching math or language.'"