Retrieval practice, distributed practice and successive relearning may be broadly applicable instructional methods that support deeper learning and knowledge transfer, professor John Dunlosky said. He discussed the strategies during the recent Learning and the Brain conference.
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First-grade teacher Carissa Holloway in this commentary reflects on how growing up as a quiet student inspired her as a teacher to find ways for all students to share their voices. She highlights how technology supports this goal.
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Professional development was an important factor in a New York school district's successful rollout of a one-to-one program, asserts Peter LaMoreaux, the district's instructional technology specialist. In this commentary, he describes the rollout.
Peer pressure may cause students to avoid opportunities to improve their academic performance, according to a study from the National Bureau of Economic Research. Researchers found participation in SAT-prep classes increased from 53% to 80% when sign-ups were made private instead of public.
Officials in a Massachusetts school district say that the nationwide opioid crisis has left some students without parents -- which takes a social and emotional toll. One school has hired a licensed independent clinical social worker to address students' needs.
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President Donald Trump's budget proposal is expected to be released today. The proposed $9.2 billion cut to education spending could affect school-choice programs, federal student aid and services for students with special needs.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said this week during the American Federation for Children conference that President Donald Trump will propose "the most ambitious expansion of education choice in our nation's history." She also noted that states would not be forced to take part.
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Classrooms in some case are too loud for student learning to take place, educational researcher C. Aiden Downey writes. In this commentary, he describes how noise pollution may be affecting students' ability to learn.
In this follow-up to their insightful "School Culture Rewired: How to Define, Assess, and Transform It," authors Steve Gruenert and Todd Whitaker offer practical advice and strategies that help you build positive energy to reinvigorate your school's culture and staff. Written as a standalone guide, "School Culture Recharged: Strategies to Energize Your Staff and Culture" clarifies the difference between culture and climate and zeroes in on key school improvement efforts. Read sample.
Why I Teach: Part 4
This piece is part of a series from Inservice entitled, "Why I Teach," where we asked teachers from various backgrounds and years of experience to reflect on their "why." Read now.