Monday / December 11

“Violence in Schools Seems to Be Increasing. Why?”—EducationWeek, November 1, 2021  “Why So Many Teachers Are Thinking of Quitting”—The Washington Post Magazine, October 18, 2021  “Classroom Time Isn’t the Only Thing Students Have Lost”—The Atlantic, September 7, 2021   “Too Much Focus on ‘Learning Loss’ Will Be a Historic

Part 3 of the 4-part series on Promising Principles to Enhance Learning.  Part 1: Seven Promising Principles to Enhance Learning in Your School or Classroom   Part 2: Four Ingredients that Motivate our Learners to Engage  Whether you teach physics or physical education, mathematics or music, calculus or kindergarten, we want our students to do more

Contributed by Pamela Nevills Connecting the Common Core learning to neuroscience is a no-brainer! There are many well-established truths from neuroscience that help teachers become better directors of learning. Teachers understand how working memory and long-term memory affect student learning. They can use information about neuroplasticity to