Explore ways to make classrooms more inclusive and gender-affirming.
Anxiety affects millions of children, including in the classroom. Learn how to help them cope and thrive at school.
Teachers of color provide many educational and personal benefits to students, but often struggle with burnout. Learn about how to support them.
Dyslexia is a hidden disability that can affect how children learn. The following resources can help offer support.
Graphic novels can be a powerful learning opportunity to talk about difficult themes with children. This guide from Teach.com includes activities and book recommendations for parents and educators.
There seems to be a podcast for everything and everyone. And a growing number of people are finding their audio niche: More than a quarter of Americans listen to podcasts weekly, according to The Infinite Dial 2021. The audience is more diverse than ever, spanning all age groups. As of August 2020, Ipsos reports that 1 in 4 children listen to podcasts — a 20% increase from six months prior. Educators are acting on these changes: TeachersPayTeachers.com reported a 650% increase in podcasting lesson plans after the launch of Serial in 2014. The shift from listening at home to using podcasts in the classroom is not without […]
This guide can provide some helpful strategies for teaching children and students respect for different cultures. Explore activities that incorporate multicultural education.
Virtual internships may be the future of work. Navigate how to succeed in one and learn how to search for the right fit.
Growing up in the South Side of Chicago, Keisha Rembert recalls what it was like attending a Catholic school, where students of her background were not well-represented. Her parents are migrants from the Jim Crow South, and people who looked like her were never talked about in positive ways at school. “I shut down and I didn’t engage because I wasn’t equipped to challenge the power dynamic in that classroom with the truth,” said Rembert, who grew up to become a U.S. history and English teacher in middle school for 17 years. Still based in Chicago, she now “teaches teachers” as an […]
While foreign language instruction has been around for decades as part of public school curriculums, it has predominantly been taught at the secondary school levels.