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Transformative Learning for the Future Webinar

This free on-demand webinar features four Routledge leading authors in the field of curriculum design, Stephanie Smith Budhai, Ke'Anna Skipwith, Sarah Kuhn and Bruce Mackh.

 

 

Equity in Education Chapter Sampler

This Chapter Sampler features excerpts from books exploring equity in education.

 

 

Curriculum Design Chapter Sampler

Featuring key textbooks exploring different aspects of Curriculum Design.

 

 

Measurement in the classroom: Using student evaluations to explain research concepts and improve your teaching

Written by Michael Boyle and Mike Schmierbach, authors of Applied Communication Research Methods, who discuss how student evaluations can be used in teaching.

 

Educating the Embodied Mind

Written by Mitchell J Nathan, PhD author of Foundations of Embodied Learning: A Paradigm for Education (Routledge, 2021).

 

The Wonkhe Show: A Special Edition Episode Sponsored by Routledge

We have teamed up with the incredible team at Wonkhe to sponsor a special edition episode of their top-rated Podcast, the Wonkhe show. We are delighted to have been joined by several of our key Education authors to discuss the topic of building back the student experience in the year ahead. Listen now!

5 Ways to Increase Student Engagement by Using Music

Evidence shows that an arts education enhances students' cognitive development. In this blog, Debbie Tannert explores 5 musical techniques teachers can use to help their students learn.

 

How do we Integrate Coding and Computational Thinking into K-12 Education?

Written by Ulf Dalvad Berthelsen and Aman Yadav, editors of Computational Thinking in Education: A Pedagogical Perspective, who discuss how to integrate both coding and computational thinking into K12-Education.

Teaching  the Best of Both Worlds: Four Top Tips for Integrating Content and Literacy

Sarah M. Lupo, Christine Hardigree and Emma S. Thacker, authors of Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in Grades K-6, discuss their four top tips for integrating both content and literacy in the elementary classroom.

 

Exchanges with Authors: Merryl Goldberg (Arts Integration)

Merryl Goldberg, author of Arts Integration, discusses the book’s new edition and offers advice for students and instructors using the book.

 

Time to Scale Up Early College and Dual Enrollment: Numbers and People Tell Us Why

Written by Russ Olwell, author of A Guide to Early College and Dual Enrollment Programs and illustration by Yen Azzaro.

 

How a Solution Focused Mindset Can Help Teachers and Students Prepare for Going Back to School

In this blog, Linda Metcalf, author of Counseling Toward Solutions, explains how a solution focused mindset can help students and teachers.

 

Transdisciplinary Literacy for Third Millenial Students 

In this blog Enrique A. Puig and Kathy S. Froelich, authors of Teaching K-12 Transdisciplinary Literacy, discuss the importance of transdisciplinary literacy.

 

OER by Design: Planning a Course with Open Educational Resources Webinar

This free live webinar will discuss a strategy for designing a course with Open Educational Resources (OER).

What is Academic Writing? (and Other Burning Questions About It)

In this blog Zhihui Fang, author of Demystifying Academic Writing, discusses what academic writing is, why it's important as well as essential skills for academic writing.

 

Now More than Ever: the need for data-driven decision-making about teaching and learning

Kimberly Williams, author of Doing Research to Improve Teaching and Learning: A Guide for College and University Faculty, discusses the importance of collecting data to improve teaching and learning in higher education.

Academic Writing: practical tools for international students

We’ve recently recorded a new exciting webinar with Stephen Bailey and Sue Starfield, two Routledge authors in the field of academic writing for international students.

 

Students Mental Health ... The Road Back to Class

Written by Monica Galloway Burke, Karl Laves, Jill Duba Sauerheber, & Aaron Hughey, authors of Helping College Students in Distress: A Faculty Guide

 

Preparing Teachers for Rural Classrooms: Why it Matters and How to Get Started

Written by Devon Brenner, co author with Amy Price Azano, Jayne Downey, Karen Eppley and Ann K. Schulte of Teaching in Rural Places.

 

The Time for Reform is Now

Written by Brenda Watson, author of Making Education Fit for Democracy. The purpose of this blog is to encourage discussion about what education concerns, and how the way it is organised can change.

 

Needed: Support for Teachers on the COVID-19 Front Line

Written by Sally J. Zepeda (Ph.D.) and Philip D. Lanoue (Ph.D.), authors of A Leadership Guide to Navigating the Unknown in Education.

 

5 Steps Toward Better Teaching - In or Out of a Pandemic

Written by David Boninger and Brett Pelham, authors of Introductory Psychology in Modules.

 

Modernizing the ID Process: 10 Key Features. Part 4

Written by Charles M. Reigeluth and Yunjo An, authors of Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory: The Holistic 4D Model.

 

Modernizing the ID Process: 10 Key Features. Part 3

Written by Charles M. Reigeluth and Yunjo An, authors of Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory: The Holistic 4D Model.

 

Modernizing the ID Process: 10 Key Features. Part 2

Written by Charles M. Reigeluth and Yunjo An, authors of Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory: The Holistic 4D Model.

 

Modernizing the ID Process: 10 Key Features. Part 1

Written by Charles M. Reigeluth and Yunjo An, authors of Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory: The Holistic 4D Model.

 

Navigating Survival and Transformation

Written by Sally J. Zepeda (Ph.D.) and Philip D. Lanoue (Ph.D.), authors of Developing the Organizational Culture of the Central Office.

 

Grammar Instruction in the Time of Remote Learning

Written by Sean Ruday, author of The Elementary School Grammar Toolkit and The Middle School Grammar Toolkit.

 

NCTE-Routledge Research Series (Chapter Sampler)

This chapter sampler showcases titles from the NCTE-Routledge Research series. The series, copublished by the National Council of Teachers of English and Routledge, focuses on literacy studies in P-12 classroom and related contexts.