How to Build a Culture of Effective Study in Your School

@TeacherToolkit Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit in 2010, and today, he is one of the ‘most followed educators’on social media in the world. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain’ by The Sunday Times as a result of… Read more about @TeacherToolkit What are the practical implications … Read more

What does it look like when higher ed takes climate change seriously?  

Two announcements last month indicate potential ways forward. SUNY-Stony Brook will anchor The New York Climate Exchange, a brand-new, $700 million campus on Governors Island in New York. And, This Is Planet Ed, an initiative of the Aspen Institute, launched a Higher Ed Climate Action Task force, uniting university leaders and other stakeholders like Saladrigas, … Read more

Enrollment Leaders: Time to Build Your Skills This Summer 

The RNL National Conference is the premier event for higher education professionals to attend each summer, to connect with colleagues, to learn the latest trends in enrollment management and student success, and also to hear from nationally recognized keynote speakers. Over two and a half days, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from experts … Read more

CI acquires Amaze Travel and Trilha Educação, forms CI Group

CI Intercambio, as it used to be known, merged with entertainment travel company Amaze Travel, and also acquired educational travel agency Trilha Educação.  The acquisitions make CI Group “the largest educational travel company in Brazil”.  “In the last 10 years, we have noticed an increase that has intensified with the pandemic that suggests the need … Read more

Do math drills help children learn?

Math anxiety is difficult to measure, and even children who enjoy timed drills may experience an elevated heart rate, an aspect of anxiety, as they race through a sheet of sums. Distinguishing productive adrenaline rush from detrimental anxiety isn’t easy. It’s also complicated to disentangle whether timed tests are making matters worse for children who … Read more

10 Strategies For Teaching For Change –

The Priorities Of Teaching For Change contributed by Olivia Odileke As an educator, you hold a position of immense responsibility in shaping the future of our society. To truly make a difference, becoming ‘fearless’–a teacher who isn’t afraid to push boundaries and take risks–may be one path forward. In, ‘How a Good Teacher Becomes Great,’ … Read more