The Learning Walk is a professional development strategy that allows teachers to observe other teachers in action. This allows them to see how other teach the same students with the same technology and resources, but in a completely different way.
Digital equity involves making sure all students have equal access to technology like devices, software and the internet, as well as trained educators to help them navigate those tools. Find out how the digital divide affects students with learning and physical challenges, minorities, girls, and those from low-income and rural communities.
Teacher training programs can vary widely in preparing new teachers effectively, but the University of Michigan wants to set clear "high leverage teaching practices" and help educators get the skills they need.
Are you interested in getting your students involved in service learning? The teachers we've talked to agree that the key to making service learning work is to encourage students to come up with their own project idea—or find one that they truly support—and to connect that project to the curriculum in multiple ways. To inspire you, here are seven cool projects that teachers have shared on our site.
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