Technology in the Classroom: What Teachers Need to Know

In the last two decades, technology has drastically changed the educational experience. From computers to smartphones, teachers and students have access to some of the most powerful teaching tools on the planet. However, using these tools the ‘right’ way is a complicated and somewhat controversial subject. Some teachers are virulently anti-technology, as they see devices … More Technology in the Classroom: What Teachers Need to Know

Helping Young Adults Balance Collaboration and Competition

Preparing for college and real life requires much more than learning facts and performing well on standardized tests. Life skills are just as important. Parents and teachers agree that topics like money management and career planning are essential for young adults’ future success. Yet when it comes to collaboration and competition, teachers and parents are … More Helping Young Adults Balance Collaboration and Competition

Get Ready to Support Students on Their Way to College

College-bound high school juniors and seniors often require help navigating the college application process. Unfortunately, their counselors are overburdened, and many of their parents do not have the necessary skills or knowledge to help. Facing these obstacles, students with college aspirations often turn to their teachers.This article explores how you, as a teacher of high … More Get Ready to Support Students on Their Way to College