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The Rarity of Engaged Readingby Angela Peery, TeachThought PD FacilitatorGrow >> Literacy WorkshopsPicture a classroom full of youngsters. They could be darling, chubby-cheeked kindergartners or swaggering, confident high school seniors – or anything in between....
“How do I differentiate through PBL?” Teachers often ask this question as they see the possibilities of planning and implementing project-based learning units (PBL). Changing practice to PBL from traditional instruction can be liberating for its potential to meet the differentiated needs of all learners.
What's your theme music? by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development At the risk of being a little too edgy for education, let's have some fun here, ok? Tell us in the comments section below...if you could have theme music for your classroom or...
While it’s true that our students are indeed the future, there are real reasons why we need to remember that they are also a big part of our today and our teaching and learning should reflect that.
Making Thinking Visible, The Story Of A SketchnoterBy guest author, Reshan RichardsBefore I even learned about sketchnoting, Explain Everything was available on the App Store for almost 2 years. I was at a conference for Apple Distinguished Educators and Brad...
There appears to be a massive disconnect between the math students we want to create and the math students we are creating. There’s a dissonance between our purpose and our practice.
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