Interdisciplinary learning puts learning in a real-world context. Here’s how teachers can get started.
If teachers can have a full toolbox from the minute students arrive in the morning, the less stressed they’ll feel, and the better we’ll be able to prevent burnout.
“As a fairly tech-forward teacher, I was still scrambling to find and curate excellent resources to help me do the job.”
10 Ways the Learning Explorer lesson-building and student engagement platform benefits students, educators, administrators, and districts.
KCSD has been recognized as a National Exemplar in Personalized Learning by the National Council on Digital Convergence―one of only 23 districts in the country to receive this award.
When students are learning from real-life experiences, engaging in project-based and play-based learning, and can be assessed while in the moment of learning—these experiences feel valuable and impactful.
We have found a number of resources to help you navigate and provide insight for your community around peaceful conversations, post election.
Compassion fatigue, defined by The American Institute of Stress, is “the emotional residue or strain of exposure to working with those suffering from the consequences of traumatic events. It differs from burn-out but can co-exist. Compassion Fatigue can occur due to exposure on one case or can be due to a ‘cumulative’ level of trauma.” […]
We have identified 5 simple ways to help educators engage students in personalized learning while managing their curriculum during remote learning.
We have put together resources to help you plan and prepare for a potential school closure. These resources consist of strategies, collections, and articles to help you prepare for remote learning.