We love education articles—reading them and writing them. Moreover, we also like to share what others are interested in as well. It’s time then to end the week with a list of the 20 top education articles that have piqued our interest (and yours) over the last month or so.
There’s a little something for everyone here including pieces on edtech, STEM learning, assessment, classroom management, and lots more. We hope you enjoy our picks; please feel free to tell us all about some of your own!
Top Education Articles: 20 of Our Favourites
- The Journal: 7 Ways to Get More Girls and Women into STEM (and Encourage Them to Stay)
- USA Today: Is personalized learning the future? This high school thinks so.
- The Atlantic: Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
- TechCrunch: Pixar offers free online lessons in storytelling via Khan Academy
- Yahoo! Sports: Little League removes softball team from World Series over social media post
- The GDCF Blog: The Critical Thinking Skills Cheatsheet [Infographic]
- Washington Post: What happened when one school banned homework—and asked kids to read and play instead
- TeachThought: 34 Strategies For The Stages Of Assessment: Before, During & After
- FreeTech4Teachers: 4 Good Formative Assessment Tools for Classrooms That Aren’t 1:1
- NAEYC: The T in STEM: Creating Play-Based Experiences That Support Children’s Learning of Coding and Higher Order Thinking
- Edutopia: Why I Don’t Have Classroom Rules
- The Harvard Crimson: Harvard Rescinds Acceptances for At Least Ten Students for Obscene Memes
- ABC News: Snapchat’s new Snap Map feature raises privacy concerns
- Engadget: Oxford University will offer free online courses in 2017
- Josh Bersin: The Disruption of Digital Learning: Ten Things We Have Learned
- BBC News: How Canada became an education superpower
- The Guardian: Australian parents want schools to teach more social skills, survey finds
- The Economist: Technology is transforming what happens when a child goes to school
- The Renewal Project: Teen on a mission to inspire more STEM learning
- MindShift: Developing Students’ Ability to Give and Take Effective Feedback