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5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teaching

5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teaching

5 Levels Of Student Engagement: A Continuum For Teachingby Terry HeickYears ago, I worked with a school in Kentucky that had adopted Phil Shlechty's "Working on the Work" framework.The idea behind Shlechty's framework is, in short, to focus on the work that students...

The Importance Of Knowledge In Progressive Education

The Importance Of Knowledge In Progressive Education

The Importance Of Knowledge In Progressive Educationby Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDI recently recorded a podcast that explored differing approaches to the role and importance of knowledge in teaching and learning.In the podcast, the claim by Katharine...

10 Pieces Of Advice That Could Save Your Teaching Career

10 Pieces Of Advice That Could Save Your Teaching Career

10 Pieces Of Advice That Could Save Your Teaching Careerby Terry HeickSimple premise, as titled: what sorts of 'things' make teaching unsustainable, and what sort of advice can help teachers reflect on these ideas to mitigate any damage and make the profession more...

20 Classroom Setups That Promote Thinking

20 Classroom Setups That Promote Thinking

20 Classroom Setups That Promote Thinkingby TeachThought StaffCan how you set up your classroom impact how students think?If you design learning with physical space and interaction in mind, it absolutely can.Desks are a staple of the 'modern' classroom as we know...

60 Ways To Help Students Think For Themselves

60 Ways To Help Students Think For Themselves

60 Ways To Help Students Think For Themselvesby Terry HeickMotivating and engaging students is the goal of most teachers--priming them to receive instruction, or otherwise align themselves to a pre-set process you've sketched out that you hope will yield a learning...

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