The first ever Classroom Climate Formative Assessment Tool is now available!
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Does holistic education have something practical to offer schools? Find out in this video.
Student choice is a good thing, but is it ALWAYS good? Can students have too many choices? For a psychological perspective on these questions, watch this video.
If unconditional positive regard is good for children, wouldn’t that encourage teachers to be permissive? Being permissive is bad, isn’t it? Find out!
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If classroom rewards are offered by the teacher, will students behavior improve? Find out what research has found.
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Boost student motivation with education hygiene. This video series will focus on the most basic behaviors that teachers use to boost student motivation.
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The flaw in the National Assessment of Education Progress as a tool of education policy is its blindness to an obvious influence on learning.
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Self Determination Theory is the best explanation of motivation and engagement available today, but some critics get it wrong. Can you spot their errors?
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Asking, “What is a moral imperative in education?” Dig into two experiments that involve brain scanning meditators and imagining the Oregon Trail in April 1848.
Standardized education modeled after mass production is ripe for reconsideration if we want to better educate more children.
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Catalytic Pedagogy can make K-12 classroom instruction more effective, more efficient, and less wasteful.
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Defining the purpose of schools can help us understand why conservatives are unnecessarily alarmed by SEL (which is presumed to be CRT in disguise.)
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Social and emotional data is being hyped by Edutopia, but school leaders have a responsibility to make sure they use actionable metrics.
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While pointing out the myth of average is a good thing, Todd Rose’s video by that name makes a problematic comparison between education and the military.
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A focus on the whole child contradicts putting academics first when the academics block our view of the whole child.
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