Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
The writing process isn’t linear, says teacher Stacey Shubitz. So why do schools keep pretending that it is? Here’s how you can celebrate the messiness of writing with your students.
When administrators support teachers by creating opportunities for collaborative work, teachers can tap into their collective expertise. edCircuit shares some practical strategies for purposeful collaboration between educators.
Two educators share how to make learning computer science less daunting and more fun for students — and their teachers.
Curriculum design is emotional work representing the journey educators plan for students to make meaningful connections with concepts. One New York City teacher shares how to make it easier.
Stepping into history: how one teacher moved her class to a Victorian classroom in a local historic site to give students an authentic look at the past.