Timely. Informative. Powerful. See great educators in action and learn more about key issues with these videos from Education Week
Special Education Video A Student Wrote a Book About Her Learning Disability. Now, She Has Advice for Teachers
Zoe Kozina, 17, is the author of Your Beautiful Mind, a children’s book published this year.
Sarah Schwartz & Jaclyn Borowski , November 30, 2023
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Mathematics Video Teaching Economics (Taylor's Version)
Taylor Swift's massive impact on the economy inspired a high school teacher to create lessons in "Swiftonomics."
Lauren Santucci, November 16, 2023
Student Well-Being Video How This Public School Serves Students Recovering From Addiction
Here’s how this public high school provides support for students recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
Kaylee Domzalski & Lauren Santucci, November 9, 2023
Collage illustration of a leader thinking about something surrounded by images and iconography representing emotional intelligence
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School & District Management Video Video: Emotional Intelligence, Explained
A look at what emotional intelligence is and why it matters for educational leaders.
Kaylee Domzalski, November 6, 2023
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Student Well-Being Video The Bike Bus: A Weekly Parade With Huge Benefits for Students
This alternative mode of transportation has huge benefits for students, and only requires five components to make it happen.
Kaylee Domzalski & Sam Mallon, November 2, 2023
Reading & Literacy Video What Is the Orton-Gillingham Method for Teaching Reading?
As states move to "science-based" reading approaches, a program developed for dyslexic students gains wider traction. See it in action.
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Teaching Profession Video This Teacher Won a Grammy and Saved a Life
A North Texas choir teacher explains how she became the 2023 Grammy Music Educator of the Year.
Lauren Santucci, October 19, 2023
English-Language Learners Video 5 Tips for Teaching Reading to English Learners
A bilingual speech-language pathologist offers five tips for teachers to help EL students learn to read.
Teaching Video How Teachers Can Talk About Hard Things With Students
As world events continue to surface challenging topics for teachers, here are tips for handling those conversations.
Jaclyn Borowski & Elizabeth Rich, October 10, 2023
Student Well-Being Video After Losing 4 Students to Fentanyl, This District Launched an Anti-Overdose Campaign
This Texas district had four students die from fentanyl overdoses in a single summer. A look at their fight to keep students alive.
Lauren Santucci, October 3, 2023
Two elementary students read together on a bench at UCLA on Jan. 21, 2020 in Los Angeles.
Two elementary students read together on a bench at UCLA on Jan. 21, 2020 in Los Angeles.
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School & District Management Video How This Superintendent Overhauled Literacy Instruction
This Kentucky superintendent made overhauling literacy instruction a top priority. Two years later, he’s already seeing results.
Elizabeth Heubeck & Lauren Santucci, September 29, 2023
Used to Think
Hear how these Harvard education graduate students evolved their thinking around both their practice and work as systems leaders.
School & District Management Opinion 'I Used to Think School Systems Were Broken': Educators Reflect
Changing your mind or evolving your thinking is not easy. Hear how these education leaders did just that.
September 27, 2023
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A third grader raises her hand to answer a teacher’s question during a math lesson.
A third grader raises her hand to answer a teacher’s question during a math lesson.
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Teaching Video How to Boost Student Engagement: 3 Tips From Teachers
Engagement is a big post-pandemic problem. Two top teachers shared their short- and long-term tips for re-engaging students.
Madeline Will, September 26, 2023
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Reading & Literacy Video Teachers, Try This: Teach Reading Through Hopscotch
For students at all reading levels, these hopscotch mats create a fun and supportive daily reading practice.
Jaclyn Borowski & Kaylee Domzalski, September 15, 2023