If you are a high school teacher or guidance counselor, you know that a growing number of American colleges and universities have temporarily or permanently ended the requirement for applicants to take the SAT or ACT exam. Will the test requirement for applicants go away permanently? No one knows for certain, but it could. In […]
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Brooke Kupcho is a student counselor in Helena Montana. In a recent video with the Student Research Foundation, she shared her insights on the process of helping students develop the self-efficacy that leads to better career choices. You will want to watch the entire video. Here are some edited portions of what Brooke had to […]
Video to Watch . . . We recently spoke with high school math teacher Esther Brunat about the critical role that math can play in preparing students for success. Ms. Brunat, who teaches high school math, algebra II, and trigonometry in Texas, is impassioned about the role that math studies play in equipping her students […]
Daina Petronis, who teaches high school English in Toronto, recently offered some insightful observations on how student attitudes can affect their readiness to make good career decisions and lead better lives. She shared her views in a new Student Research Foundation video we know you will want to watch.
High school teacher Trevor Muir believes that soft skills that are developed in project-based learning could be even more vital to success in technology-intensive fields than hard skills like chemistry or mathematics. Trevor explained why in a recent video he shared with the Student Research Foundation.
The Student Research Foundation Invites teachers to take part in our new teacher survey on student readiness If you teach high school, chances are one question has often been on your mind . . .
Do you teach physics? If so, you will want to know about research from the Student Research Foundation that found that nearly every kind of student likes the subject you teach. That might come as a surprise – what is physics, after all but the study of energy and matter? How exciting is that? But […]
As educators, we know that students are experiencing stress and uncertainty as they return to classrooms. But what are their greatest fears? Thanks to recent research conducted by the Student Research Foundation that you can review and share in a new infographic, we have some answers to that question. Our findings are based on comments […]
“Teachers say working with students kept them motivated at the start of the pandemic,” an article that Beth Daley wrote in The Conversation on October 7, 2021, reports reassuring findings about teachers’ strong dedication to their students. Ms. Daley reports that before the pandemic began, she had begun a study of teachers’ enthusiasm for performing […]
As you know, a major scandal involving college admissions has been making headlines since 2019. A number of very wealthy parents – some of whom are celebrities – paid vast sums of money to a college admissions counselor of sorts, who then pulled all kinds of strings to get their kids into elite institutions that […]