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Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones.
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Posted: (3 days ago) Jobs. Working at the George Lucas Educational Foundation means collaborating with a small, creative team that is passionate about transforming pre-K–12 education. The Foundation fosters a business culture where ideas and decisions from all people help us grow, innovate, and pursue our mission to improve education in a rapidly changing world.
How to Find Your Dream Teaching Job | Edutopia
Posted: (5 days ago) Whether you are unhappy in your current school, a newbie looking at the world of education with wide eyes and a hopeful grin or about to jump into education as a second-career seeker, you are entitled to work in a place that "gets" you and wants what you have to offer.Your goal is not to take the first job that is offered, but to get offered a job that will make you happy.
Getting Prepared: What Aspiring Teachers Can Do | Edutopia
Posted: (3 days ago) The center offers an extensive Web library of information about teacher preparation and the status of the teaching profession. Future Educators of America. Under the umbrella of Phi Delta Kappa International, the professional association in education, middle and high school students form local chapters and explore careers in education.
Redefining the Role of the Teacher: It's a Multifaceted ...
Posted: (2 days ago) The day-to-day job of a teacher, rather than broadcasting content, is becoming one of designing and guiding students through engaging learning opportunities. An educator's most important responsibility is to search out and construct meaningful educational experiences that allow students to solve real-world problems and show they have learned ...
11 Questions You’ll Be Asked at a Teaching Interview ...
Posted: (3 days ago) 11 Questions You Should Prepare For 1. Why did you decide to become a teacher? Prepare a brief professional mission statement that explains not merely how you want to change students’ lives but also how your own life is enriched by being a teacher. Also, look up the school’s vision statement and reference how your teaching will reflect those goals.
What Can We Do About Teacher Turnover? | Edutopia
Posted: (5 days ago) In total, about 16 percent of teachers move jobs or leave teaching annually, and the rates are much higher in communities with the greatest needs. Of course, some turnover is necessary and even desirable, particularly when it means teachers can find a better fit elsewhere. But U.S. turnover far exceeds a productive rate and is more than double ...
What I Love About Teaching | Edutopia
Posted: (3 days ago) Teaching is a job that encourages your own growth because to do it well requires your own continuous education. Some might say that's a bad thing, but growth is about facing your demons -- or just your imps -- and dueling yourself for greater knowledge. Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone.
Teacher Development | Edutopia
Posted: (2 days ago) Research shows that having a teacher of color can help students of color reach better outcomes; but the benefits extend to all young people, preparing them to live and work in an increasingly diverse society. 5.3k. 15 Characteristics of a 21st-Century Teacher.
Great Teachers Don't Teach | Edutopia
Posted: (3 days ago) In a conversation on LinkedIn, one person asked, "What are the characteristics of an effective teacher?" My experience is that good teachers care about students. Good teachers know the content and know how to explain it. Good teachers expect and demand high levels of performance of students. Good teachers are great performers and storytellers that rivet their students' attention.
What I’ve Learned From Special Ed Teachers | Edutopia
Posted: (3 days ago) Special education teachers are expected to do quite a lot: Assess students’ skills to determine their needs and then develop teaching plans; organize and assign activities that are specific to each student’s abilities; teach and mentor students as a class, in small groups, and one-on-one; and write individualized education plans in parent-friendly language.