Educators in public schools can develop the identities of Muslim students and create a positive school culture during Ramadan by fostering community partnerships and introducing school activities.
An education professor explains how a hit TV show about a struggling school became a jumping-off point for a course about urban education.
When teaching critical thinking, teachers still fall back on old habits ingrained in Indonesian education. This includes a culture of rote learning and “teaching to test”.
Teachers in a study identify ‘grading obsession’ as a top challenge in education. Some are fighting back and dedicating class time to student self-assessment and peer assessment activities.
An expert on adolescent sexuality weighs in on how technology has changed the amount and type of pornography that teens can consume – and what that means when it happens at school.
In a study, teachers who are parents acknowledged programs of choice separate students into cohorts labelled strong and weak, yet many continue to secure spots for their own children.
For Indigenous literature courses to be successful, Indigenous cultural safety must be centred, and commitment to teacher professional development is a must.
Many organisations use ‘after action reviews’ to debrief after an event. A modified version could help parents work through the news their child is unhappy with an element of their school life.
Working with moveable pictures can help children learn an algebra rule: Whatever you do to one side of the equation, you need to do to the other. Here’s how teachers or caregivers can lead this.
There is growing concern about school refusal rates in Australia. But experts caution against parents simply forcing kids back to the classroom.
Mathematics is not a “neutral” subject — cultural biases exist. A shift to more equitable teaching looks like teachers drawing on students’ knowledge, and students generating lots of solutions.
Many kids are nervous about starting a new school year. But some children will experience a level of anxiety about school that causes them significant problems.
People who have used AI to help with writing report a loss of pride and ownership in what they produce.
Without an educator to critically engage students about learning in a game, the learning can be misinformed or lost.
Building trusting relations among teachers, parents, a community and school administrators is important when schools enter decision-making processes about programs of choice.
Language used to speak about disability changes over time, and preferences shift due to advocacy and allyship, legal proceedings and empirical research.
Kids have structure during the school year which facilitates regular physical activity and healthy eating habits. But this ends during school holidays. How can we maintain these healthy habits?
New research looks at young people’s experiences of bullying in their own words.
To resolve growing violence in schools, policy conversations about gun violence need to include community programs that dismantle systemic barriers and inequities.
Youth violence hasn’t let up in Toronto. In fact, it’s getting worse. Community members say it’s a major problem that needs a more holistic solution.