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...
The Impact Of Technology On Curiosity

The Impact Of Technology On Curiosity

The Impact Of Technology On Curiosity by Terry Heick Curiosity is the “complex feeling and cognition that accompanies a desire to learn what is unknown,” according to Min Jeong Kang and fellow researchers in a 2009 study. Neurological research here focused on, among...
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 Newsby TeachThought Staff1. 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...
5 Tips For Teaching With Art In Any Subject Area

5 Tips For Teaching With Art In Any Subject Area

5 Tips For Teaching With Art In Any Subject Area contributed by Nicola Giardina, TeachThought PD Facilitator Art inquiry is a powerful way to engage students with diverse learning needs, improve critical thinking and social-emotional skills and make learning relevant...
What Is Four-Dimensional Questioning?

What Is Four-Dimensional Questioning?

What Is Four-Dimensional Questioning?contributed by Dr. Jamie Schwandt, (Ed.D.)Questioning is like a missile guidance system designed to attack a specific target; whereas, a question guidance system is designed to identify an exact issue, problem, or answer.Dan...