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. 

How To Keep Tired Students Engaged

In a KUT podcast episode, President of Southwestern University Dr. Ed Burger shares several teaching strategies for keeping students’ attention when they’re low on energy. Tip #1: try to make the longer class feel like a shorter class by giving breaks. Read the...

Must-Have EdTech Tools for a First-Year Teacher

EdTech has the power to cultivate learning and build classroom culture. But with so many tools out there, it can be difficult for first-year teachers to find the right tools. The resources on this list cover a broad spectrum of categories, from communicating with...

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