FY 2018 Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program Competition

The International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office at the U.S. Department of Education is pleased to announce the competition for the fiscal year (FY)...

Everyone’s Story Matters

As a parent and veteran teacher, Katie Egan Cunningham presents a heartfelt case for returning stories to a place of primacy in today’s classroom....

TESOL: New Ways in Teaching with Music

Several recent studies suggest a link between how the brain processes language and music. New Ways in Teaching with Music, just released from TESOL...

Personalize Literacy and Language Instruction with OverDrive E-Books and Audiobooks

OverDrive offers teachers an ever-growing collection of tools for literacy and language instruction and access to an...

Empower Responsive Teaching for Every Literacy Learner

Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell bring more than twenty-five years of research and classroom observation of...

Transitioning to Standards-Based Classrooms

In A Teacher’s Guide to Standards-Based Learning, published by Marzano Research, authors Tammy Heflebower,...

Scientific Explorations of Inquiry

Inquiring Scientists, Inquiring Readers in Middle School: Using Nonfiction to Promote Science Literacy couples the Common Core Standards of middle school science with the...

Helping EL Students Learn Math Concepts

Available for implementation in grades K–5 for back to school 2019, Curriculum Associates’ new Ready Classroom Mathematics...

Read to Ace the SAT, New Test Taking Tips

Jeff McQuillan shares evidence to show that reading, not cramming, is the key to improving college entrance exams, including the SAT.  A recent article in the New...

Zombielandia Brings Reading to Life

Many resources for learning a second language can be unengaging and repetitive, like learning foods and animals. The award-winning book Planet Zombielandia does the...