Monthly Archives: June 2015

The amount of greenery surrounding children has been found to positively impact them in more than one way. According to new research, the amount of time spent in nature is correlated with better mental health, attention, and mood. The new study has linked green spaces to better cognitive outcomes, which can partially be attributed to the… Read more →

The Central Unified School District is teaching students how to become problem-solvers with new programming that prepares students to effectively handle problems. This initiative also includes equipping teachers with the skills to teach outside-the-box thinking that can be individualized for students. The creator of this program, Dr. Laural Ashlock talked to The Learning Counsel about… Read more →

  Mike Collins believes that embracing blended learning could positively impact schools today. According to Collins, blended learning improves student engagement, the retention of information, and it serves a wider variety of students. In this day and age, where teachers are not only challenged with issues regarding standardized testing, Common Core Standards, and job security,… Read more →

Jonathan Johnson, a former teacher, has noticed something missing from charter schools in New Orleans: innovation. Johnson has developed a new program, called Rooted, to help combat this trend. Johnson is partnering with Algiers Technology Academy to pilot his program. The program prepares students for the competitive job market by splitting their time between working… Read more →

St. Mary’s County Public Schools is purchasing new Spanish textbooks for the first time in 16 years. The county is buying ¡Qué chévere!, EMC’s new, 5-level Spanish program. The district’s purchase gives students access to the ¡Qué chévere! eBook and a variety of online resources to enhance their learning. The county is making strides towards… Read more →

The Federal Communications Commission is projected to give $3.86 billion in funding this year The Federal Communications Commission recently made some big changes. More schools than ever are applying for, and receiving funding to aid in providing better internal Wi-Fi for schools. “The data shows a 92% boost in E-rate applications for discounted Wi-Fi equipment… Read more →

Corey Mitchell dives into languages spoke by English Language Learners in America, and it isn’t always Spanish. Although Spanish is the top language spoken by ELLs in most states, 5 states have other languages that take the top spot. Mitchell addresses that California, New Mexico, and Nevada had the largest share of ELL students in… Read more →

Free and Fun Summer Learning Resources Summer learning loss is an important topic for kids today. Matt Davis writes, “Research suggests students lose more than two months of math knowledge during the summer, and the losses in reading are similar.” Davis supplies readers with various ways to combat this learning loss by keeping kids’ brains… Read more →

Coachella Valley Schools in California is making strides in the field of technology, and it’s being noticed. The Learning Counsel interviewed Superintendent Dr. Darryl Adams about the changes happening in the school district. President Obama recognized the district last year for its efforts to keep students and families connected. In the evening, the district sends… Read more →

An Interview with Mark Isero: Director of Instructional Development Mark Isero created a Kindle project to get struggling readers to be more excited about reading. He’s collected over 200 Kindles and the students reading skills have improved significantly. Isero is a veteran teacher, with more than 15 years of experience teaching social studies and English…. Read more →

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