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Why Did The Student Fail? A Diagnostic Approach To Teaching

Why Did The Student Fail? A Diagnostic Approach To Teaching

Why Did That Student Fail? A Diagnostic Approach To Teaching by Terry Heick This post has been updated and republished from a previous version When students struggle in school, it can be for a variety of reasons. From their grasp of content and literacy skills, to...
4 Key Characteristics Of Effective Teachers

4 Key Characteristics Of Effective Teachers

4 Key Characteristics Of Effective Teachers by Dr. Jimmy Shaw and Nira Dale Grow with >> TeachThought PD Differentiation and Assessment Workshops “Coaching and teaching–the process is one-in-the-same,” explains Assistant Superintendent of Instruction and former...
How To Get The Best Work From Your Students

How To Get The Best Work From Your Students

Lessons Learned On The Journey To High Quality Student Work (Part 2)by Eric White, TeachThought PD Workshop Facilitator*this blog is part 2 of 2Contact Us >> to bring Eric to help your school grow!In my previous post, I discussed three major lessons learned on...
3 Ways To Get High Quality Student Work

3 Ways To Get High Quality Student Work

Lessons Learned On The Journey To High Quality Student Work (Part 1)by Eric White, TeachThought PD Workshop Facilitator*this blog is part 1 of 2 ( (read part 2 here)Contact Us >> to bring Eric to help your school grow!While educators have differing philosophies...
Shifting Your Assessments To Grow Higher-Level Thinking

Shifting Your Assessments To Grow Higher-Level Thinking

Shifting Your Assessments To Grow Higher-Level Thinkingby Beckie Stobaugh, TeachThought PD Workshop FacilitatorContact Us to bring Beckie to your school!As a new principal, I sat at my desk reviewing classroom assessments, I dropped my head in dismay. It was no wonder...