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Mindfulness in the classroom: Techniques for students that can improve learning.

How to Incorporate Mindfulness in the Classroom

A lack of mindfulness in the classroom can hamper learning. Discover strategies to incorporate mindfulness into your instruction of students of all ages.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

An online student waves to their teacher through their laptop

How to Get Students’ Attention: Maintaining Interest in the Digital Classroom

Curious about how to get students’ attention in virtual classrooms? Explore how an MA in teaching prepares teachers to succeed in digital environments.

Thursday, June 3, 2021

A teacher talks to three elementary school students who are working at a table in a diverse classroom setting.

How to Become a Director of Diversity and Inclusion

How do diversity and inclusion directors drive equity in schools? Explore what it takes to lead D&I programs that build stronger school communities.

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

A smiling person raises their hand during an education program in a workplace.

How to Become an Education Program Manager

An education program manager can work in any of several fields. Discover this role and how an MEd can help prepare graduates to excel in it.

Friday, May 28, 2021

An elementary school student looks up from their notebook.

What Is Brain-Based Learning?

Brain-based learning applies neuroscience to interaction, group work, exercise, and meaningful information. Discover how to apply this method in your classroom.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Smiling teacher standing in front of students.

How Teachers Can Overcome Imposter Syndrome

What tips show new teachers how to overcome imposter syndrome? Discover strategies that help educators build the confidence to rise out of self-doubt.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

A teacher and students work on math problems on a whiteboard.

How to Become a Bilingual Teacher

What does it take to become a bilingual teacher? Learn more about the importance of bilingual education and bilingual teachers’ roles in the classroom.

Monday, May 24, 2021

Schoolchildren raise their hands in class.

The Problem of Bias in US History Textbooks and Curriculum

How has systemic racism perpetuated bias in history textbooks and curricula? Learn how educators are combating racial bias in US history education today.

Monday, May 24, 2021

How legal juvenile policies created a racially disparate pipeline of incarceration.

Who is Most Affected by the School to Prison Pipeline?

Explore the racial discrepancies fortified within the school-to-prison pipeline, and learn how restorative justice aims to undo the damage of this divide.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021