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How To Teach With The Concept Attainment Model

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How To Teach With The Concept Attainment Model
by TeachThought Staff
What is Concept Attainment?
How can it be used to promote critical thinking?
What grade levels is appropriate for?
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Education’s Curious Fascination With Uniformity

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by Terry HeickEd note: This post has been updated and republished from an early 2013 post.
The Common Core standards aren’t awful.
They are wordy and dry and a bit confusing.
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10 Teacher Resources For Lesson Planning Templates & Tools

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10 Teacher Resources For Lesson Planning Templates & Tools

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frenchteacher: Should MFL teachers show films at the end of term?

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RT @spsmith45: Blog archive: should MFL teachers show films at the end of term? http://t.co/tb3sOO6q59
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The Difference Between Updating And Rebooting Your Classroom

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The Difference Between Updating & Rebooting Your Classroom by Terry Heick As they do in other fields full of human beings, money, and systems, discussions about teaching and learning usually tend towards two extremes. Either there...
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Educational Leadership:What Do We Mean by Results?:Using Rubrics to Promote Thinking and Learning

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5 Things You Need To Know About the French Subjunctive

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Learn how to use the right way the french subjunctive (RT @TalkinFrench: 5 Things You Need To Know About the French Subjunctive http://t.co/gMHaEYAoiQ http://t.co/Vjg8frKhen)...
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Baiser royal: un bilan carbone très lourd from Schoolshape French Materials - French Advanced reading

Baiser royal: un bilan carbone très lourd (at school, business & finance) http://t.co/BwMd6Etty6 #fle
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27 Ways To Respond When Students Don’t Pay Attention

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27 Ways To Respond When Students Don’t Pay Attention Our initial reaction when seeing the following infographic from Mia MacMeekin was to think about instructional design rather than classroom management.
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A Teacher Makes 1500 Educational Decisions A Day

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A Teacher Makes 1500 Educational Decisions A Day Teaching has been compared to rocket science, but usually in jest, as in it’s not rocket science. But any teacher worth their salt–and thus aware of the incredible...
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Paige Paul's curator insight, September 15, 2015 8:57 PM

Topic 2: This is thought-provoking.  Teachers are the ones making thousands of educational decisions every day, yet ultimately have very little say over the larger directions that the field of education are heading in.  This fact alone makes the case for getting more teachers involved in the decision making process, both on the local level and higher governmental level.

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3 Lasting Lessons For Teachers From Grant Wiggins

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3 Lasting Lessons For Teachers From Grant Wiggins
by Jay McTighe
Ed note: If you’re interested in hearing a (podcast) conversation between Jay McTighe and Grant’s wife, Denise Wilbur, along with ASCD Faculty member Donnell Gregory, head over to ASCD.
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‘What’s Best For The Kids’

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by Terry Heick
What’s best for the kids.
I remember hearing this phrase when I was handed a towering stack of fluency probes that represented about 3-4 hours of “in addition to” work per week.
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4 Principles Of Student-Centered Learning

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TEST 4 Principles Of Student-Centered Learning by TeachThought Staff A Definition of Student-Centered Learning In our view, student-centered learning is a process of learning that puts the needs of the students over the conveniences of planning,...
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Why Some Teachers Are Against Technology In Education

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Why Some Teachers Are Against Technology In Education by Terry Heick Some educators are pretty pissed off. Recently I’ve noticed an increasing number of ed folks enthusiastically question education technology—and do so with enough sarcasm and...
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Paige Paul's curator insight, September 15, 2015 8:54 PM

Topic 4: I chose this article because I think it is always important to look at opposing viewpoints.  With all of the pushing for more technology in education, some are pulling the opposite direction and saying there should be less.  It is definitely worth exploring the reasoning behind that view.

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3 Statements That Describe Rigorous Assessment

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3 Statements That Describe Rigorous Assessment by Barbara Blackburn, author of Rigor is not a 4-Letter Word As we’ve discussed 7 myths about rigor, and the characteristics of rigor in curriculum, the final component is rigorous assessment.
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German region aims to be bilingual

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The German state of Saarland, bordering France, says it wants the next generation to be bilingual as it moves to attract more French business.
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Just Add Rigor

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Struggling Students? Apathetic Performance? Add More Rigor, Stat Are your students struggling? Are test scores in the dumps? Do you spend all of your time researching, planning, teaching, and refining, to continued mediocre returns on...
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Fle : Les Pronoms CompléMents - Indulgy

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Fle : Les Pronoms CompléMents by linda on Indulgy.com.
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Revised: Who should ask the (Essential) question?

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Do you provide your students with essential questions before launching into a new unit of study? Do you always create the questions, or do you allow students to
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Teachers' Technology Integration Matrix | Curri...

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Laurie's insight: NGSS and Math Common Core require us to help students find the best tools for solving problems. This matrix leads teachers to those important goals.
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Teacher's Guide to Performance-Based Learning and Assessment

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