2 Hands-On Games To Build Thinking Skills In Students by Judy Willis M.D., M.Ed., radteach.com Executive Functions (EF) are the higher-level brain functions–e.g., planning, analyzing, evaluating, and designing–that education seems to covet most in...
Kids need the news presented to them in a manner that they can understand with the background that they may not have learned yet. Here are some sites that gives the kids the news that they need to know.
The Critical Role Of Feedback In The Learning Process by Dawn Casey-Rowe, Social Studies Teacher & Learnist Evangelist “You can’t do that.” It was harsh for me to hear. “No, that’s no good.” There it...
Two scores and nine years ago, I went on a school trip to the east coast for two weeks. We visited many historic landmarks...Monticello, Mt.Vernon, Williamsburg, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Gettysburg.
Use an Essential Question to Fuel the InquiryAn essential question can be a very effective tool for guiding research and tapping into students' enthusiasm for inquiry and learning. These questions provide students with challenges that allow them to invest in the learning process as they make decisions about their own learning. Since essential questions do not have one correct answer, students can choose flexible learning paths to find success and demonstrate learning.
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"Most teachers believe that the new standards promise better learning for their students, and an overwhelming majority of teachers say that their schools have already made significant progress toward implementing the standards, including relevant curriculum changes and professional development."
"Back in January I published a guide to using backchannels in the classroom. Shortly after I published that guide Wallwisher changed its name to Padlet. This weekend I updated the guide to include the Padlet name as well as some updated directions. The guide includes ideas and directions for using Padlet, Socrative, and TodaysMeet. You can download the guide here and view it as embedded below."