A Public PlayGarden for All in Seattle; Using Peer Review to Achieve Academic Goals; and Through the Looking Glass – Changing Classroom Design to Accommodate Blended Learning
How Seattle Got Its (Arts) Groove Back Local Seattle artist and elementary school teacher Robyn Jordan uses illustrations to explain Seattle’s history of art programs diminishing in schools and the initiatives […]
Washington State’s I-BEST program is improving how community college students learn math; A New York charter uses intense accountability to push grades above the curve; University of Florida accepts incoming Freshman for online-only program.
Rainier Beach High School is pushing students to new heights with the International Baccalaureate program; SXSWedu shows off innovation in education and technology; and handwriting isn’t dead: why students should still practice the skill.
Old fashioned block play with infants encourages interaction while fast-paced television can overstimulate children; Florida middle school teachers help students learn math and their own paces; the first charter school in Seattle comes under fire; and Pittsburgh educators seek new ways to integrate technology in the classroom.