Modern Classrooms Designed for Adaptability

As learning technologies and teaching methods have continued to advance, so too have the physical spaces that students and teachers work in. Educators, researchers and designers across the country (and the world) are beginning to swap out Industrial-Aged classrooms with ultra-modern learning spaces — classrooms that are adaptable, flexible, and seamlessly integrated with technology. Think […]

Guest Post: Helping Students with Stealth Dyslexia

This is the last in a series of guest posts from Brian Smith, an educator from North Carolina. Please share your experiences with dyslexia or stealth dyslexia in the comments. In the simplest terms, dyslexia is an unexplained learning difficulty in reading that is not typical of the students’ general intelligence. Dyslexia is not a vision problem but […]