How To Use Flexible Grouping In The Classroom

How To Use Flexible Grouping In The Classroom

How To Use Flexible Grouping In The Classroom by Jessica Hockett, PhD., and Kristina Doubet, PhD Groups and group work are woven into the fabric of many classrooms. Having students interact with one or more peers can build community, increase engagement, and make...
Who Are You Teaching, And Why?

Who Are You Teaching, And Why?

Who Are You Teaching, And Why? by Terry Heick One thing leads to another. A love for words (and the funny sounds they made) led me to write. A love for the craft of writing led me to write even when I wasn’t told to or didn’t have an assignment due, which (somehow)...
Dear Teachers: Don’t Forget To Take Care Of Yourselves

Dear Teachers: Don’t Forget To Take Care Of Yourselves

Dear Teachers: Don’t Forget To Take Care Of Yourselves by Susan Baumgartner We operate in a web. Educators are intimately connected to students, administrations, support staff, each other AND the families of all those previously listed individuals. While less...
A Teacher Planning Model For Multiple Intelligences

A Teacher Planning Model For Multiple Intelligences

A Teacher Planning Model For Multiple Intelligences by TeachThought Staff Until recently, the prevailing thought in education was that differentiation according the theory of multiple intelligences was a good thing. Then data started coming out, and the theories...
What Your Social Media Habits Say About Your Teaching Style

What Your Social Media Habits Say About Your Teaching Style

You’re a lurker—love social media, but more the media than the social, so you stay in the background—looking, skimming, saving, and skimming and looking some more, but always quietly, and always just out of sight. You spend an hour or two tops online—just the...
Academic Standards: Breaking Whole Things Into Broken Bits

Academic Standards: Breaking Whole Things Into Broken Bits

by Grant Wiggins, Ph.D, Authentic Education In the just-released Math Publisher’s Criteria document on the Common Core Standards, the authors say this about (bad) curricular decision-making: “’Fragmenting the Standards into individual standards, or individual bits of...
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