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NYSUT's journal of best practices in education is dedicated to highlighting research-based classroom and school/district-wide strategies that make a difference in student achievement.
Sustaining Democracy through Civics Education is focused on practices designed to help students become more informed, engaged citizens in our unique participatory democracy. From the mobilization of underrepresented voters, to role-playing and student-led debates, this volume offers educators a range of activities that will inspire, engage and help students to deepen their awareness of who we are as a nation.
We present classroom practices that illustrate the relevance of project- based learning and authentic assessment, through inquiry, hands-on and experiential learning, in both pre- and post-pandemic scenarios.
These practices are as timely as they are foundational for anyone wishing to employ student-driven learning that promises to infuse deeper meaning in the curriculum while cultivating a passion for lifelong learning.
The authors of three chapters share instructional practices designed to engage students by making them active partners in the learning process.
Authors go beyond teaching the three R’s. Critical thinking and problem-solving for the 21st century learner means preparing students for a global society that has become defined by high speed communications, complex and rapid change, and increasing diversity.
This volume of Educator's Voice focuses on supporting students to cultivate deeper attention and empathy while strengthening the ability to reason, understand, and interpret new information.
This volume of Educator's Voice focuses on the Instructional Shifts which accompany the New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy.
The authors contributing to this edition of Educator's Voice give us greater insight into the cycles of the teaching process, and the fundamental importance of using varied assessment practices.
Education in the 21st century means preparing students to use an ever-expanding array of technological tools to enhance intellectual development, career opportunities, as well as local, national and global connections.
This issue of Educator's Voice addresses two interrelated topics: the unique needs of readers and writers in grades 7 to 12 and proven strategies that increase comprehension of academic subject matter.
This issue focuses on the critically important years of grade 4 to 8 as a time to increase the complexity of the reading material and build the requisite skills so students will flourish in these years and beyond.
The premier issue of Educator's Voice explores early literacy through a framework that raises questions and provides practical strategies for building literacy skills among young learners.