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Tone In Teaching: 20 Words That Can Change How Students Think

Tone In Teaching: 20 Words That Can Change How Students Think

Tone In Teaching: 20 Words That Change How Students Think by Terry Heick While I often talk about 'scale' as one of the primary challenges in education--and have also wondered about curriculum, too--a more subversive concept constantly at play throughout education is...

6 Simple Ways To Reduce Student Stress In The Classroom

6 Simple Ways To Reduce Student Stress In The Classroom

6 Simple Ways To Reduce Student Stress In The Classroom by TeachThought Staff How do you make your students feel? Research is starting to show pretty conclusively that the answer to this question can have a profound effect on the learning that occurs within your class...

5 Strategies For Teaching About The Holocaust Through Inquiry

5 Strategies For Teaching About The Holocaust Through Inquiry

5 Strategies For Teaching About The Holocaust Through Inquiry contributed by Tyrone Shaw Effective teaching about the Holocaust requires asking students the right questions, and that is the beginning of any inquiry-based lesson. The good thing, too, is that many...

8 Ways To Create A Brain-Friendly Classroom

8 Ways To Create A Brain-Friendly Classroom

8 Ways To Create A Brain-Friendly Classroom by Judy Willis and TeachThought Staff The idea of a 'brain-friendly' classroom isn't a frequent talking point in education, but maybe it should be. How to create such a classroom isn't immediately obvious. Although it is...

What Are The Habits Of Mind?

What Are The Habits Of Mind?

What Are The Habits Of Mind? by TeachThought Staff Problem-based learning and project-based learning provide a rich opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge, expand their repertoire of technical skills, and enhance their appreciation of thinking tools,...

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