Drew Perkins talks with Vicki Collet about her new book and how the process of Lesson Study can improve the culture of teaching and learning. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: vickicollet.com Book: Collaborative Lesson Study: ReVisioning Teacher Professional
Writing and math might seem like divergent career paths, but they collide in technical writing. Technical writers are capable of presenting highly technical material in a clear and concise manner so that the average reader can absorb the content. The
‘SRE’ suggests students structure their writing around the science and philosophy-friendly ‘claim–>support’ format. Growing writers can use this during pre-writing to formulate and clarify their writing. The post SRE And CEI: Easy To Use Writing Strategies For The Classroom appeared
Even if semantics are obscuring the truth a bit here, the reality is that we’ve got ourselves a model of education that by its very design encourages repeatable and similar performance. The post Does Your Teaching Suppress Genius–Or Require It?
Exactly Where To Start With School Improvement by Terry Heick Education is a series of learning experiences informed by policy, and actuated by teachers. Policy, by its very nature, is sweeping and ambitious. It is designed to work on various
The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 178 Can We Improve Public Discussion Through Letter Writing? Drew Perkins talks with Iona Italia about how Letter.wiki, an online platform for public one-on-one letter writing that has hosted written conversations between evolutionary biologists, philosophers, political
The Impact Of Technology On Curiosity by Terry Heick Curiosity is the “complex feeling and cognition that accompanies a desire to learn what is unknown,” according to Min Jeong Kang and fellow researchers in a 2009 study. Neurological research here
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A Video To Watch With Your Students: The Pale Blue Dot You’re likely familiar with Carl Sagan’s The Pale Blue Dot. It’s been the voiceover for countless YouTube videos over the years, but the one above is among the best I’ve
The Sync Teaching Method: A Blended Approach To Self-Directed Learning by Terry Heick This post has been updated from a 2013 post The definition of second screen learning is roughly what it sounds like it might be–learning through a second
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