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In a world where children are often ignored, this is beautiful.
Rubrics from different grade levels' units of inquiry. Developed using Wiggins and McTighe's "Six Facet Rubric", these rubrics are designed to help students and teachers assess the development of enduring understandings during units of inquiry.
In my last post I suggested that equitable schools are those that contribute to happiness in children.
Kids need to about the skills of learning in order to use them
Positive behavior alteration brings with it positive results.
Authenticity -- we know it works! There is research to support the value of authentic reading and writing. When students are engaged in real-world problems, scenarios and challenges, they find releva
I think we can learn a lot about innovation from Lego. Yes. Lego. The company that makes little red bricks! These days,…
-- Parents across the United States have a lot of love for their children's teachers. So says a new survey of parents whose children completed kindergarten through 12th grade in the past school year.
On Monday at the Inquiry Hub, when students come to school this Points of Inquiry image is going to be in all classrooms and learning spaces. Here is where the image comes from: The Points of Inqui...
No one likes failure, the F-word, no matter how you sugarcoat it. But failure is a part of life. Sometimes things don't work out. Sometimes you don't get what you want. Stuff happens. But if we recas
There's a kind of hostility to teachers that underlines the current corporate reform narrative.
Countless hours have been spent as teaching teams sit staring at a screen trying to agree on a summative assessment task. The purpose of these summative assessment tasks is supposed to be to check ...
Assessments are a hot topic and would like to ask What comprises a summatuve task?
Mycelium is mass of fine, white interconnected fungal threads that grow through a substrate as they digest it. This process of digestion and absorption allows the fungus to spread as fruiting bodie...
Do I have your attention now? How can an editor say grammar doesn't matter? Isn't that like a doctor breaking the hypocratic oath? Will grammar primers and dictionaries around the world suddenly bu...
These are the apps that have stood the test of time with my fourth grader. Each one of them different, but helping to cultivate the love of science and inquiry with the iPad.
She was a mentor. She was an innovator. She was a fighter for students, academic rigor, and achievement. I use the past tense not because my colleague has passed away but because her positivity has.
20 Substantive Questions Parents Should Ask Teachers
I think all teachers should reflect on these questions. Then we'd know how much we know about our teaching and learning.
Music can improve verbal IQ, aid in heart disease treatment, evoke colours in the mind and even help you see happy faces all around.
The school, simply named 42, requires no high school diploma and no money to apply. It's turning French education on its head, but it may also solve some of the country's most pressing problems.
www.equalta.co.uk © equalta 2013 How to use the SCAMPER creativity technique to come up with new and different ideas and thinking based on the work of Alex O...
We have all said it and we have all heard it: there's just no time to slow down and [fill in the blank], I have so much to cover... This, despite the fact that we all know, at some level, that it i...