Explore innovative ways to use technology to expand learning beyond the walls of your classroom.
- See how blended learning—a combination of online activities and face-to-face teaching—helps teachers differentiate instruction and spend more time with students.
- Hundreds of teachers, many of them operating in countries where teach-from-home has been in place for weeks, weigh in on the mental approach you need to stay grounded in this difficult time.46.2k
- An American whose classroom in Beijing is now online shares what she and her team have learned since the coronavirus hit, just as U.S. teachers make the same shift.42.6k
- Both fun and practical, Bitmoji classrooms are adding some levity to fall planning this year.32.5k
- Incorporating SEL approaches, playing games, and giving students options can inspire them to show their faces.23.7k
- From scavenger hunts to Pictionary, we’ve gathered a batch of virtual games to get students talking, laughing, and engaging with peers.19.2k
- Suddenly, you’re not in the same physical space as your students. We asked teachers to share strategies for maintaining relationships—both peer-to-peer and student-teacher—when everything’s gone remote.24.1k
- Good technology integration isn’t about using the fanciest tool, it’s about being aware of the range of options and picking the right strategy—or strategies—for the lesson at hand.21.2k
- Strategies for parental involvement and synchronous and asynchronous activities can help students with individualized education programs.15.9k
- Finding out what your students are really learning remains indispensable to teaching. Here’s what teachers are doing to check for understanding online.14.5k