PJ Caposey is a superintendent at district Meridian CUSD 223 in Illinois. He is a keynote speaker and an educational leader. PJ became a principal when he was just 28 and, within three years, PJ was able to lead a small-town/rural school that was historically achieving near the bottom of its county to multiple national […]
Education experts have been voluminously telling us many things that are not going right as far as the US education system is concerned. And we are seeing the signs now. A recent survey by Morning Consult showed that only 60% of baby boomers held their trust in the public education system, and only 43% of Gen Zs […]
In the age of Generation Z and Generation Alpha, this is how we can influence the future of education with AR/VR.
It was revealed that homeschooling of children increased by 63% during Covid. The article answering the most FAQ around homeschooling.
People with good socio-emotional abilities are better equipped to deal with daily problems and achieve academic, career, and social success. The process of acquiring self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are necessary for school, work, and life success is known as social emotional learning (SEL). These abilities may be taught and developed at any age, […]
When one hears the word “education,” what comes to mind? Children in a classroom, high schoolers passing by their lockers, or a teacher reading books to little children are all likely possibilities. Whenever one thinks about schools and learning, it is easy to neglect adult education. Adult education, on the other hand, occurs on a […]
We all used to doodle when we were in school. Cartoon faces, birds with crests of all kinds, elegant butterflies, and leaf forms were among the images that adorned the margins of our notebooks. These automatically made long lectures seem more entertaining. Sketching happy faces, hearts, and a variety of shapes in the margins of […]
Most people have accepted the assertion that each student has a distinct “learning style” as fact in the educational sector. If one does a little digging, they will find that there are over 70 different styles of learning and teaching style schemes that attempt to classify students according to how they learn best. The notion […]
The word “college” can conjure up images of students lounging in dorm rooms or cramming into massive lecture halls for classes. However, as technology allows for more and more ways to learn, the representation is becoming increasingly out-of-date. Indeed, online teaching for overall learning has gradually increased in popularity among university students, but does that […]
Everyone is different, or, to put it another way, everyone learns differently, is a clear truism. So why are educators so adamant on establishing uniform teaching methods? This is because they can’t feasibly cater to everyone’s learning style. Therefore, they aim for the broadest conceivable structure in the hopes that everyone would benefit at least […]