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This is a shamelessly promotional video for Google Glass, but it shows the possibilities this tool opens up for learners. Andrew Vanden Heuvel teaches advanced
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By Leslie Harris O'Hanlon Enrollment in advanced placement courses has skyrocketed in recent years, and there are many reasons for this spike. Students ofte
By Justin Reich The Someday/Monday dichotomy captures one of the core challenges in teacher professional development around education technology. On the one
By Shankar Vedantam For some years now, teachers and parents have noted something about boys and girls. Starting in elementary school, young girls often scor
The rise of intelligent software agents that will not only anticipate the information you need, but also act on that information to help manage your life.
All of the Big Six publishers have, for the first time, agreed to make e-books available to public library users.
By Matt Levinson Kids operate in a blizzard of communication -- texts, social media, music, photography, games, and videos. They're eager to share any and
A psychologist sees devices like "iPotties" as driving a troubling rate of tech addiction in very young children.
From the beginning, teachers were under examination as much as their students.
If we want to change the rate at which we're engaging girls in science -- and do it better -- should we mix STEM subjects with the humanities?
A gender gap exists in reading skills, shows PISA data, with girls outperforming boys.
By Thom Markham Once they get to the working world, most students, in almost any job, will collaborate as a member of a team. And every student needs to be p
Computerized testing is proving difficult for schools to afford and implement, as other education technology pursuits suffer from testing demands.
Educator and author Jessica Lahey reads Shakespeare and Dickens aloud to her seventh- and eighth-graders, complete with all the voices. Her students love bein
The constant distractions of the Internet aren't benefiting our long-term learning processes. Time to unplug.
While it may be easy to imagine how iPads can support classroom studies with reading, history, or science, some of the most groundbreaking -- and creative --
The MAT@USC is celebrating March into Literacy Month 2012 with this infographic titled, the Most Loved Children's Books.
Using tech tools that students are familiar with and already enjoy using is attractive to educators, but getting students focused on the project at hand might
Parents of minor children have a special relationship with libraries. Most believe libraries are very important for their children and provide extra resources that are not available at home.
Providing our children with the best educational resources and empowering all our children to access, evaluate, and use information for academic and personal learning - this is the critical mission of school libraries and librarians.
How to praise kids: It's a hot topic for many parents and educators. A lot of the conversation around it has stemmed from studies by Carol Dweck, professor o
More parents opt out their kids from testing in Pennsylvania as the trend grows nationwide.
As federal, state and city governments continue to push standardized testing, the anti-testing movement grows as more parents opt out their kids.
Renato Ganoza/Flickr In this era of global competition, test scores are used as the primary benchmark to call out which countries will produce "s
A collaboration of states with outside funding have developed science benchmarks to guide K-12 STEM education.