This brilliant and revolutionary theory of multiple intelligences reexamines the goals of education to support a more educated society for future generations.
Howard Gardner’s concept of multiple intelligences has been hailed as perhaps the most profound insight into education since the work of Jerome Bruner, Jean Piaget, and even John Dewey.
Stay inspired and motivated with this ultimate teacher self-care action plan designed to help educators avoid workplace stress and burnout.
Any educator will tell you it's no surprise that 50% of teachers leave education within their first five years.
Seven key principles from Finland for building a culture of trust in schools around the world.
From the award-winning founder of JUMP Math, All Things Being Equal is a proven guide to succeeding in math, and a passionate argument for why this success can and must be available to the majority instead of the privileged few.
Higher education is a strange beast. Teaching is a critical skill for scientists in academia, yet one that is barely touched upon in their professional training—despite being a substantial part of their career.
An essential guide for teaching and learning computational art and design: exercises, assignments, interviews, and more than 170 illustrations of creative work.
Almost 50 million Americans have cumulatively borrowed more than $1.5 trillion to attend college. Roughly one-third of all adults aged 25 to 34 have a student loan. In Education without Debt businessman and philanthropist Scott MacDonald examines the real-life impact of crushing levels of student debt on borrowers and what can be done to fix this crisis.
What counts as professionalism for teachers today?
Once, teachers who knew their content area and knew how to teach it were respected as professionals. Now there is an additional type of competency required: in addition to content and pedagogical knowledge, educators need advocacy skills.
A sequel to the classic Fires in the Bathroom that illuminates what adolescents most need from teachers in today's upsetting times
The context in which adolescents are learning has shifted radically since students first offered blunt advice to high school teachers in the groundbreaking Fires in the Bathroom, a perennial bestseller.
Discover how to help young people "make it" in a rapidly changing world
An examination of how curriculum choices can perpetuate White supremacy, and radical strategies for how schools and teacher education programs can disrupt and transform racism in education