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Why Do High School History Teachers Lecture So Much?

Why Do High School History Teachers Lecture So Much?

Why Do High School History Teachers Lecture So Much?by Grant Wiggins, Authentic EducationEd note: On May 26, 2015, Grant Wiggins passed away. Grant was tremendously influential on TeachThought’s approach to education, and we were lucky enough for him to contribute his...

The 6 Facets Of Understanding: A Definition For Teachers

The 6 Facets Of Understanding: A Definition For Teachers

The 6 Facets Of Understanding: A Definition For Teachersby Terry HeickWhat are the 6 Facets of Understanding?Definition: The 6 Facets of Understanding is a non-hierarchical framework for understanding. It is made up of 6 'domains' or 'facets' that are useful as...

Why Teaching Is Still The Best Job In The World

Why Teaching Is Still The Best Job In The World

7 Reasons Why Teaching Is Still The Best Job In The Worldcontributed by Paul MossSometimes, good teachers quit. Teaching is an increasingly demanding job with divergent influences, dynamic sources of innovation, and aging dogma that makes it all a struggle. It can be...

How I Helped My Students Assess Their Own Writing

How I Helped My Students Assess Their Own Writing

How I Helped My Students Assess Their Own Writingcontributed by Peg Grafwallner, M.Ed.As the School Support Teacher/Reading Specialist of a large urban high school, I create, develop, implement and assess lessons with teachers of all content areas.I consider myself...

20 Questions To Help Students Think Critically About News

20 Questions To Help Students Think Critically About News

20 Questions To Help Students Think Critically About News by TeachThought Staff 1. Who is saying what? That is, what author and publication are making what kind of claim about what topic or ideas? 2. Is what's being said fact or opinion? 3. Does this headline seem...

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