Want To Teach The Truth? Use Objective Pluralism

Want To Teach The Truth? Use Objective Pluralism

Want To Teach The Truth? Use Objective Pluralism by Drew Perkins, Director of ThoughtStretchers Education As our tribal and partisan battles rage, education remains a significant theater in which both 'left' and 'right' fight to gain ground. In higher education, this...

10 Keys to Success For Student Group Work

10 Keys to Success For Student Group Work

10 Keys to Success For Student Group Work Embarking on a group project can be both exciting and challenging for students. The collaborative nature of group work offers a unique opportunity for shared learning and diverse perspectives. However, effective management is...

What are Rosenshine’s Ten Principles of Instruction?

What are Rosenshine’s Ten Principles of Instruction?

What are Rosenshine's Ten Principles of Instruction? by Drew Perkins, Director of ThoughtStretchers Education Barak Rosenshine's Ten Principles of Instruction have evolved over several decades and are grounded in educational research and practice. Rosenshine, an...

John Hattie’s 5 Keys To Teaching With Intent

John Hattie’s 5 Keys To Teaching With Intent

John Hattie's 5 Keys To Teaching With Intent by Drew Perkins, Director of ThoughtStretchers Education Effective teaching is a tall task with plenty of moving parts so having clarity about some of the most important variables in the process is key. In Visible Learning:...

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What Is Project Based Learning?

Project based learning is an instructional approach that revolves around the creation of a product, using inquiry to identify what students need to know and learn in order to do so successfully.

8 Strategies to Boost Critical Thinking

As we strive to prepare our students for an ever-evolving world, prioritizing the cultivation of critical thinking skills is a powerful step toward their success and empowerment.

Four ‘Circuit Breakers’ That Disrupt Student Inquiry

Creating a classroom environment where the stakes for students don’t feel quite so high, especially when exploring sensitive issues, is crucial. It can help them ask better questions and enjoy intellectual “play” in a way that ultimately leads to deeper thinking and more curious exploration of ideas.

PBL Research: A Guide to Project Based Learning

Learn about project based learning and research in education. Discover the benefits of PBL and how to implement it in your classroom. Get insights from the latest research on PBL.

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