14 Things Every Student Needs

14 Things Every Student Needs

What Every Student Needsby Terry HeickThere is no perfect lesson, unit, or school any more than their can be a perfect song, flavor, or shade of blue.Every student is different. Every single intelligent, forgetful, smiling, moody, enthusiastic, apathetic, reflective,...
5 Tools And Strategies That Support Personalized Learning

5 Tools And Strategies That Support Personalized Learning

5 Tools And Strategies That Support Personalized Learningby TeachThought StaffPersonalized learning is something that many teachers strive for, but it can be easier to want it than make it happen.Personalization is best created at the learning model and curriculum...
20 Strategies For Getting The Best Work From Your Students

20 Strategies For Getting The Best Work From Your Students

20 Strategies To Consistently Get The Best Work From Your Studentsby Terry HeickConsistently getting the best work from your studentsTypical strategies for getting the best work from students focus on extrinsic motivation and gamification—points, grades, badges,...
What Is A Personal Learning Network?

What Is A Personal Learning Network?

What Is A Personal Learning Network? by TeachThought Staff What is a personal learning network, or rather a Personal Learning Network? How about a Professional Learning Network? In the video below, Marc-André Lalande offers a concise, useful definition that simplifies...
8 Types Of Imagination

8 Types Of Imagination

8 Types Of Imagination by TeachThought Staff Imagination is critical to innovation and learning–but what exactly is it? Dr. Murray Hunter of the University of Malaysia Perlis explains that imagination is, in part, about filling in gaps in our knowledge....
The Big Problem With Teaching

The Big Problem With Teaching

The Big Problem With Teachingby Terry HeickThe typical approach to modern, K-12 pedagogy is to clarify a learning target, plan a learning experience that seems well-suited to ‘cause’ understanding of that target, and then assess student mastery of that target.Put...

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