‘The Woman King’ Rewrites History for a Feminist Twist on the Slave Trade

It’s difficult to watch The Woman King and not conclude it’s a masterfully made movie. It has soaring action scenes—the sort that will make you squirm and scream—unconventionally led by a cast of female Amazonian warriors. It has Viola Davis, whose reputation as one of the most formidable actresses alive needs little explanation. And it … Read more

eLearning Trailblazers: Immersive Learning Pioneers

Immersive Learning Thought Leaders Enhancing immersion is a top priority for every Instructional Designer, L&D pro, and educator. Learners need to feel like they play an active role in the experience and apply their newfound knowledge in context. Fortunately, we have these immersive learning trailblazers to lead the way and encourage us to put our … Read more

Iowa Jury Awards $12 Million to Former School Counselor Wrongly Imprisoned for Sex Abuse

An Iowa jury yesterday awarded $12 million to a former elementary school guidance counselor who served six years of a 25-year prison sentence after a student accused him of molestation. Donald Lyle Clark’s 2010 conviction was overturned in 2016 after he persuaded a judge that his lawyer, who died in 2013, had blatantly failed to … Read more

55 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Substitute Teachers

If you’re looking for inspiration for teachers, look no further! Whether you’re a seasoned sub or a total newbie, we’ve got you covered with these 55 tips, tricks, and ideas from our very own WeAreTeachers HELPLINE! and around the Internet. 1. Start with a positive attitude “I only ask three things from my substitute teachers: … Read more

Guns Aren’t a Public Health Issue

The New York Times published an 11-minute documentary in June titled “‘It Was Really a Love Story.’ How an NRA Ally Became a Gun Safety Advocate,” which tells a heartwarming story of how friendship transcended political differences and convinced a right-wing partisan to come to terms with the truth about firearms. The film stars a … Read more

31 Elementary PE Games Your Students Will Love

There’s nothing kids need more to break up a day spent sitting still and listening than a fun PE class to let off some steam. In the old days, going to gym class probably included playing kickball or dodgeball after running a few laps. Since then, there have been countless reinventions of and variations on … Read more

How Can Data Analytics Enhance Decisions?

Data-Driven Analytics For eLearning Business Decisions As the data coming from company portfolios becomes vast and complex, a standard approach to private equity (PE) business analysis crumbles. It is no longer sufficient to get precise and data-rich insights to measure, track, and grow the performance of your company portfolios. As technology keeps evolving and businesses … Read more

Who Sabotaged the Nord Stream Pipelines?

Speculation abounds about who or what could have damaged the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea, a whodunit case that is raising fears about widening the war in Ukraine. The two pipelines—which carry natural gas from their source in Russia to their destinations in Germany—sprung leaks in four separate locations in Swedish- and Danish-controlled … Read more