The downsides of virtual learning and what educators can do to avoid these problems
Exploring the dynamics of group projects and its importance within the workplace
Why colleges should push beyond giving a good education
“No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship” -James Comer
Amongst the current shortage of teachers and classrooms, students are increasingly disengaged. Maybe its time to rethink the learning model.
Higher education is “struggling to hire and retain employees.”
How the student’s voices are a part of the classroom culture
Professors can use awkward silence to better equip students with more social skills
During the past two years, teachers have faced hardships and challenges, navigating through unknowns and sudden changes.
Teaching and learning had been a struggle during the pandemic, and both educators and students see the lasting impacts it has had on learning and teaching.
This piece summarizes an article by EdSurge which answers the question: How can we re-engage our educators?
This article shows a teacher perspective on using phones in the classroom, highlighting its pros and cons.
Three teachers chosen as the Teacher of the Year in their state talk with EdSurge about their observations on the teaching industry.