Using stories to teach children math is a fun way for them to learn math vocabulary.
Teach high school students about precision and accuracy, significant digits, and errors in measurement with these downloadable activities.
Use this Navajo Code Talkers lesson plan to explore history and how we can take action to preserve Native American languages today.
Sharpen your writing, language, critical thinking, and reading skills with these instructional resources for Grades 6-8, including a poetry scavenger hunt.
Have high school students analyze news stories, poems, and short stories with these instructional resources designed for remote learning.
Economics professor Annamaria Lusardi shares insights on how to teach financial literacy in challenging times.
Brenda IasevoliShaped Staff
Have middle schoolers improve their writing, critical thinking, and reading skills with these activities, which include creating a word cloud and summarizing informational texts.
Esther Wojcicki shares her lesson on conducting an interview and writing a personality feature—an intriguing, creative article about the interviewee.
The switch to remote learning for K-12 schools due to the coronavirus outbreak sheds light on equity and access issues for certain students.
Dr. Tyrone C. HowardProfessor, UCLA; Senior Fellow, ICLE; HMH Learning Sciences & Research Advisory Board
Meet Chris Dier, a teacher of World History and AP Human Geography at Chalmette High School in St. Bernard’s Parish, Louisiana, who is the 2020 Louisiana Teacher of the Year....
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