Teachers (& future professors) always try to reach students with innovative ideas. Here’s a look at a few research-based approaches.
The use of appropriate color-contrast filters as been shown to help dyslexic students read faster, but availability lags in some places.
Scientists use computational models ways to use genetic ancestry databases to solve crimes could potentially be expanded.
The Ill. H.S. Assn. plans to move the debate and journalism finals this year back to the Bloomington-Normal community.
The idea of plausible deniability, by making wild claims about future events, as with the president, is how confidence can be punished.
Solving systems of linear equations (2 equations in 2 unknowns) comes up in many algebra 1 classes across the nation.
A total solar eclipse brings other occurrences, including one observed by citizen scientists in US elementary schools last year.
Power losses and other damage on Florida’s Gulf Coast from Hurricane Michael. Schools are closed through at least Thursday.
Stocks plunged today, led by drops in technology shares and most likely secondary to rising government bond yields. Ramifications.
Does tech improve learning? Or is it just the first step of many? Students and teachers may see the question differently.