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Month: February 2022
I Worked for ESL Companies with Lousy Curriculums. Here’s What I Learned — And What You Should Look For.
In my first-ever job, I sat in front of a computer teaching English over the internet to a group of […]
Restorative Justice Does More Than Solve Conflict. It Helps Build Classroom Community.
It’s a dry, hot day in south Phoenix, but my dimly lit classroom is cool and comfortable. Quick footsteps approach […]
Why Are Colleges Hesitant to Train More Early Childhood Educators?
As consensus builds among many researchers, policy experts and elected officials that the U.S. should prioritize early childhood education, a […]
Is Autocorrect Making Us Smarter or Eroding Our Humanity?
These days our word processing systems can do some of the writing for us—with features that suggest what word you […]
Satellite Broadband Is Expanding. Can That Reduce the Digital Divide?
A satellite launch expected later this year could expand the availability of high speed internet for the nation’s students. The […]
How Art Class Became a Rare Bright Spot for Students and Families During the Pandemic
In an art class, a middle schooler drew a picture of her bedroom with colored pencils. A birds-eye view captures […]
How Digital Calendar Management Empowers Professors and Students
With COVID-19 still very much a factor on college campuses, virtual office hours have become an increasingly critical aspect of […]
There Is An Elephant in the Classroom and It Taught Me About My Black History.
There’s an elephant in the classroom, and it has done a huge disservice to students like me. I couldn’t articulate […]
Educators are Disengaged and Distracted. Better Workplace Culture Could Win Them Back.
Last fall, I made it a goal to go to my office on campus a few times a week. Strictly […]