Month: June 2021

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3 Restorative Conflict Resolution Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

As teachers know, relationships are at the core of any learning environment. After a year of trauma a

Three Ways to Use Good Old Paper and Pencil with Digital Texts for Comprehension

Three Ways to Use Good Old Paper and Pencil with Digital Texts for Comprehension Paper and pencil a

Negative Effects of Continued Hybrid Learning on Younger Children

Image Source While many hope to see a return to more face-to-face learning this coming fall, this pie

Teaching Mantras

This blog was originally published on July 6th, 2018. It has been updated with new information and li

Will Blended Learning be the “New Normal” for Higher Education After COVID-19?

The past year of navigating the pandemic has accelerated many educational trends that had already bee

How To Battle The Impact Of Covid On Admission Scenarios In The Coming Years?

“Yes, Sir. We’ll first screen your brother based on marks. After that, he’ll need to pass the i

Concept Mapping: a Powerful Tool for Building Actionable Knowledge

If you use it right… Figure 1: A concept map exploring the core idea of this article Concept mappin

K-12 Education in 2031: Dramatic Changes Coming

As we complete a second school year dramatically impacted by COVID-19, we should step back and ask wh

Missouri State University Achieves Student Independence With Note Taking Technology

The Challenge of Note Taking Note taking is one of the most challenging accommodations to provide, an