Integrate Culturally Inclusive and Sustainable Practices

By Kendra Nalubega-Booker

Today, education faces many new issues. The COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated preexisting educational inequalities, despite the fact that many of these challenges are relatively new.

Some educators have struggled to adapt to computer-based learning and...

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Can ChatGPT solve America's teacher shortage?

Because Times 10 Publications is in the problem-solving business and, let's be honest, we're fascinated by the viral sensation ChatGPT--the Artificial Intelligence that is solving problems with shocking speed, and suspect accuracy--we decided to ask it a few questions about America's teacher...

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Inclusion Needs to Be Our Default Setting

By Kristin Vogel-Campbell, Ed.D.

To work towards developing positive and trusting relationships with our students and parents, as well as ensuring that families from diverse and marginalized backgrounds can equitably participate in their child’s special education program, we need true,...

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Are you Engaged?

By James Alan Sturtevant

I’m passionate about student engagement. I’ve written books about it. I host a podcast about it. I’m all about student engagement, and I’m not alone. Engagement is a primary objective of most contemporary educators. Engaging lessons foster...

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Create a Legacy Learning Experience

By James Alan Sturtevant

I teach curriculum design to future educators. Each semester, I conduct an interesting experiment. Students speculate about how they would perform if they were forced to retake last semester’s finals.

“Could you match your performance?” I’ll ask.

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Polarization is Negatively Impacting Our Youth—And They Know It

By Brian Deters

A recent poll by CNN indicated that an overwhelming majority of Americans claim to be exhausted by the political strife that has plagued our country for far too long now. The poll suggests that people believe we are close to a tipping point and that we need to come together.

You...

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Don’t Panic about ChatGPT—Students Still Can Focus on the Process

By Elizabeth Jorgensen 

In an article for The Atlantic, Daniel Herman says ChatGPT is “The End of High-School English.” If you’re not familiar, ChatGPT is artificial intelligence that can write—and write well.

A student can ask ChatGPT to compose what...

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Feedback > Grades: Using Questions to Progress

By Elizabeth Jorgensen 

I want to go all semester without talking about grades, without circling boxes on a rubric, and without assignment sheets or daily assessments. But if there are no grades, what drives our daily classroom environment?

Questions. 

Instead of focusing on standards,...

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Teachers Walking on Eggshells

 By Michelle Blanchet

How do we make it okay to talk about things again?

During a recent project, I worked with teachers to deliver problem-solving workshops. The teachers discussed challenges in their local schools and communities, developing potential projects and solutions to address...

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Foster Resilient Learners and Assess the Process, Not the Outcome

By Elizabeth Jorgensen

Do you remember your GPA? Or a specific score you received in elementary, middle, high school, or college? 

Are you recalling that time you failed a chemistry test? Or when you cheated your way to a better score? 

Or maybe that time you were benched from the...

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