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The posts in this category cover subjects teachers and professors involved in delivering 21st century education might find useful or at least interesting.

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5 Activities to teach your students how to spot fake news

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In an increasingly digital world, students need the skills to check the quality, bias, and background of news they encounter daily. So, teaching students how to spot fake news is a real challenge for educators. Here are five ideas to help teachers successfully navigate this topic in their classrooms.

7 Best financial literacy games for students to try out in April
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7 Best financial literacy games for students to try out in April

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With major digital disruptions such as NFTs and cryptocurrency trending now, how can we ensure that our students get the best financial education possible? By making financial literacy fun, of course! Find out what are some of the best financial literacy games from this list curated by teacher and author Rachelle Dene Poth.

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What are the benefits of interdisciplinary teaching?

Teachers

Today’s students are growing up in an increasingly complex world. Education should rise to the challenge of developing critical thinkers who tolerate ambiguity and are solution-oriented. Interdisciplinary teaching aims to do just that and brings many other benefits for students.

STEM vs. STEAM: The importance of the Arts
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STEM vs. STEAM: The importance of the Arts

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Although STEM vs. STEAM is still open to debate, it’s increasingly clear that an art-enriched STEAM curriculum is preferable to purely technical STEM programs. Let’s dive into a handful of considerations for why art should play an equally active role alongside technical education.

How to manage slow-working students in your classroom
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How to manage slow-working students in your classroom

Teachers

Students experience learning differently and some of them will not always be able to keep pace with the rest of the classroom. Since most teachers have slow-working students in their classrooms, let’s see what you can do to help them catch up!

How to create a supportive classroom environment
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How to create a supportive classroom environment

Teachers

A supportive classroom environment leads to positive classroom management. Getting to know your students, offering relevant feedback and student-centered teaching are just some of the ways teachers can create such an environment.

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