The National Institute of Education is studying Singapore-style maths education to determine how the approach can best be adopted by schools abroad. The study includes a pilot programme in the states of Victoria and South Australia in Australia.
Students ages 9 to 11 report feeling more alert and have faster reaction times in the afternoon, according to a recent study of thousands of UK students. The students maintained a sleep diary and participated in testing to measure tiredness and other factors as part of the study.
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Technology can help to promote growth mindset among students, writes Gene Tognetti of Agile Educational Technology Consulting. In this blog post, he offers several tech tools for educators to consider.
Give Your Teachers the Support They Need As students return to their schools, keeping them engaged whether at home or in the classroom is crucial. Teachers understand this, but need support and guidance to integrate the digital experience more seamlessly with the class activities they have planned. Download this SmartFocus and learn how to best help your teachers!
Foreign students in Japan increasingly are not proficient in Japanese, according to a recent survey by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. Yasuhiro Obata, head of the International Education Division of the ministry, said officials have worked to bridge the gap through additional teacher training.
Taking a Multisensory Approach to K-5 Reading Elementary school is a crucial time of growth in the educational journey of children, and strong literacy skills are a key facet of that journey. Using a multisensory approach to K-5 reading can lay a foundation for reading proficiency that lasts a lifetime. Learn how!
Facebook is working to offer training for developers through its new Developer Circles initiative. Now, some Facebook users are questioning whether the platform could have applications for online education.
Creating Proficient Readers with Multisensory Literacy Multisensory approaches to literacy have gained popularity in recent years as educators explore new ways to keep their students engaged. When combined with systematic and explicit instruction, multisensory literacy begins to move learners towards being proficient readers. Read the SmartFocus
If there is no point in the universe that we discover by the methods of science, there is a point that we can give the universe by the way we live, by loving each other, by discovering things about nature, by creating works of art.
Steve Weinberg, physicist
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