A 100 Years of the Association of Teacher Educators [Podcast]

The Association of Teacher Educators is turning 100! We sat down with ATE president, Dr. Christie McIntyre, to discuss ATE’s legacy, current policy initiatives, and the exciting future of micro-credentialing. 

Teachers Need to Prioritize Themselves

Too many teachers have reached the conclusion that there isn’t enough time to be a good teacher and take care of yourself. Read this article from EdSurge to understand why teachers need to put self-care first, along with how to do...

Praise is Key to On-Task Classrooms

The study “Effects of teachers’ praise-to-reprimand ratios on elementary students’ on-task behavior” collected data from three years worth of observations in 151 classrooms across three states. Check out the full article to discover what they...

Researchers See the Learning Brain

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine used a laser-assisted imaging tool to “see” brain cell receptors in mice learning to reach out and grab food. The hope is that such research will ultimately help develop treatments for diseases that...

Evolving Classrooms for a New Decade

According to Michał Borkowski, 2020 is the year that education forms itself around students' needs. As a global education trends expert, Borkowski shares 5 edtech predictions he expects to see in 2020. His first prediction? Customized learning via AI. Read the rest...

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