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The 4 Cs: A Framework For Improving Math Skills

The 4 Cs: A Framework For Improving Math Skills

The 4 Cs: A Framework For Improving Math Skills contributed by Anastasia Betts, VP Curriculum Planning and Design at Age of Learning The U.S. is lagging behind in math literacy. According to the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), American teens are...
How The Lesson Study Approach Can Improve Your Teaching

How The Lesson Study Approach Can Improve Your Teaching

How The Lesson Study Approach Can Improve Your Teaching contributed by Vicki Collet Making teaching a shared and public practice supports improved instruction. When teachers have opportunities for collaboration, reflection, and inquiry, they “can find better ways to...
The Selflessness Of Pedagogy: What Every Teacher Gives

The Selflessness Of Pedagogy: What Every Teacher Gives

The Selflessness Of Pedagogy: What Every Teacher Gives by Terry Heick It’s better to give than to receive–something that holds true for gift-giving and education. In fact, the act of giving isn’t just a matter of ultimately receiving more, or even an...
4 Strategies To Recharge Your Teaching

4 Strategies To Recharge Your Teaching

4 Strategies To Recharge Your Teaching by TeachThought Staff The last month of teaching was quite hard for me. I found myself becoming increasingly frustrated in the classroom, less tolerant, less friendly, and worst of all, sarcastic. As a result, I became utterly...
50 Examples Of Analogies For Critical Thinking

50 Examples Of Analogies For Critical Thinking

50 Examples Of Analogies For Critical Thinking by Terry Heick In our guide to teaching with analogies, we offered ideas, definitions, categories, and examples of analogies. This post is a more specific version of that article where we focus specifically on types and...