Learn some creative ways to use technology to meet learners’ needs.
Tiptoe through the tulips with your students - without trampling your curriculum standards. How having class outside can actually improve student behavior!
Tired of excuses? Try these strategies for keeping students accountable for their success.
Strategies to help you bring new media into your classroom quickly and effectively. (Plus 10 good sites to use.)
Strategies to retain more teachers through improvements in workplace conditions, particularly at hard-to-staff schools.
Judith Warren Little offers a strategic overview of best practices at the school level in professional development.
Class and income differences lead to differences in school funding, which results in differences in school quality and, ultimately, in student learning. Consider the main issues and examine the strategies.
NEA resources on how our differences can enrich our schools and everyone.
NEA's commitment to addressing the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students plus information and resources for educators to create great schools for every child.
Teaching about race and racism in the United States is a complex and emotional process.
Social justice refers to a concept in which equity or justice is achieved in every aspect of society rather than in only some aspects or for some people. The main issues are explored and strategies are presented.
GLBT individuals still face discrimination and intolerance based on pervasive stereotypes and myths about GLBT people. To address GLBT issues effectively, review the main issues and consider taking one or more of the following strategies.
Disparities exist between boys and girls in achievement and graduation. Stereotypes and bias may inform how boys and girls are taught. Explore the main issues and examine the strategies.
Achievement gaps between ELLs and non-ELL students are deeply rooted, pervasive, complex, and challenging for educators. Consider the main issues and review the strategies that could close the gaps.
Cultural competence is the ability to successfully teach students who come from a culture or cultures other than our own. Examine the main issues and consider the strategies.
The 2011 C.A.R.E. Guide provides research and practice tips to help educators improve the learning experiences of culturally diverse students and students from low-income families.
Our Service Learning Resources can help your students become civic superstars.
The initial burst of energy following the winter break has run its course, and your students are feeling somewhat…unfocused. How to snap them out of it and regain that learning momentum? Try exercise.
Strategies that can help curb high school dropout rates, increase the number of students graduating from college, and prepare them to compete in an ever-evolving global economy.
A strategy to help children and young adults develop an understanding of the health risks associated with second hand smoke.
July 2007 - NEA is among nearly 30 leading education, health, civil rights, law enforcement, youth development, and other groups calling on Congress to take action to prevent bullying and harassment in schools.
NEA Member Benefits and Tutor.com join forces to provide live, online professional development to NEA Members. Teachers will have unlimited access to experienced coaches in a private online environment that includes text-chat and VOIP.
NEA Members Save 25% on Corwin’s vast library of titles. Take advantage of the extensive breadth of Corwin’s publishing program, with resources on everything from the Common Core, 21st century learning, and classroom management to fundamentals.
Six steps very helpful steps to prepare you for a sucessful co-teaching experience.
Modeling positive behavior helps create a positive environment where students feel safe and cared for and where they can develop behavioral skills.