Do you have a rowdy kid who gets into trouble at school and has been losing step with the learning process because of his behavior?
The paradigm for teaching and learning is slowly shifting from teacher-centered to student-centered. The old paradigm included teacher directed learning activities such as lecturing, discussion
One of the great gifts of standardized testing was the premise of giving the same questions to many students would allow for a more reliable
I am now working on the four-year compendium report: “Measuring the Effect of the Arts on Academic Achievement in Disadvantaged Populations.” Through a rigorous, randomized,
I am still trying to get a grip on John Hattie’s two books, Visible Learning (2009) and Visible Learning for Teachers (2012). The sheer volume
Lots of school leaders are interested in the use of arts in their school. When asked for ideas about how they can make better use
In 2011, President Obama formed a committee on the arts and asked Michele Obama to chair, the President’s Committee on Arts and the Humanities (PCAH).