Inspiration and information about what works in education.

San Rafael, California, USA
Joined on April 26, 2009

We looked inside some of the tweets by @edutopia and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
3 hours
Average replies
Average retweets
Average likes
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
10 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

9. in country United States and category NGO

36. in category NGO

106. in country United States and category Society

591. in category Society

Here’s one way to make the work of teaching sustainable.

When a Connecticut ELA teacher decided to step back a bit, she watched her students become more self-reliant and confident.

From setting the space to embracing routine, here are some ways to create calm and avoid being overwhelmed.

10 hours ago

Using 2 small BEANS when giving and receiving feedback can make a big impact on students meeting their goals.

20 hours ago

Here’s one way to build community, foster empathy, and take your students' literacy skills to the next level.

Check out these approaches to fostering lively and productive online discussions.

Small group instruction doesn't have to be given by the teacher—students love learning from peers, and you can tap them to teach short lessons.

One of the most significant issues facing teachers in distance learning is how to support students with IEPs. Researcher @KathrynAWelby surveyed dozens of teachers and therapists, and shares their advice here.

“Modeling should clarify the expectations of the task without giving away the answer, and should remain available for students to access throughout the task.” Check out these examples.

See how being culturally responsive can help you stay flexible and create learning experiences that are meaningful to young students.

Mandatory reading logs can actually *demotivate* students. Here's how to help make reading feel less like a chore. 📚

See how book study can help deepen professional relationships across racial divides.

Online tests can add an additional obstacle for some students—especially those with disabilities, ELLs, and ones from low-income families.

This summer principals and superintendents are being asked to prepare for a school year like none we’ve ever experienced.

If you’re scouring the internet for articles and videos to pump up your lesson plans, then these tips will guide your search.

Schools are “the de facto mental health system" for many students, providing services to 57% of teens who need care. The importance of schools to support student mental well-being can't be overstated. A recent piece I wrote for @edutopia.

Letting students take charge of their learning can increase participation. 🙌🏾

Now's a great time for kids to crack open a good book and discuss it online with a group of other curious, thoughtful readers! 📚

Check out these tips for ensuring that *all* students are challenged and engaged during online discussions.

Here are some strategies for being intentional about building in flexible components from the start of the year on—whether in school, online, or a little bit of both.

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