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5 Dimensions Of Critical Digital Literacy: A Framework

5 Dimensions Of Critical Digital Literacy: A Framework by TeachThought Staff Digital Literacy is increasingly important in an age where many students read as much on screens as they do from books. In fact, the very definition of many of these terms is changing as the overlap across media forms increases. Interactive eBooks can function […]

10 Resources For A Student-Centered 1:1 Program

10 Resources For A Student-Centered 1:1 Program In Your School contributed by Christi Wilson For school districts striving to move from a teacher-centered learning environment to a learner-centered approach, a 1:1 technology program may just be the answer.

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An Inquiry Framework: 5 Levels Of Student Ownership

(Image removed; new image forthcoming) An Inquiry Framework: 5 Levels Of Student Ownership by Terry Heick Student ownership is the degree to which a learner feels a natural sense of responsibility and curiosity about their work. In contrast with simple compliance, or vague engagement, ownership implies something broader and more cohesive–a tone of interaction between […]

25 Of The Best Math Resources For 2018

25 Of The Best Math Resources For 2018 by TeachThought Staff Ed note: Though the list was curated entirely by editors at TeachThought, the post was sponsored by zapzapmath   Because of the skill-based nature of mathematics in general, math resources pair especially well with digital tools like apps and websites. On these kinds of platforms, […]
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7 Simple Ways You Can Help Students Pay Attention In A Traditional Classroom

7 Simple Ways You Can Help Students Pay Attention by TeachThought Staff For many teachers, helping students “pay attention” is probably the wrong way to help improve what you’re probably trying to improve. Listless students. Apathetic responses. Uninspired work. Talking. Texting. Behavior issues. “Off-taskedness.” Daydreaming.

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How To Scaffold Learning Through Station Teaching

How To Scaffold Learning Through Station Teaching by TeachThought Staff Teaching through stations—or ‘station teaching’—is a flexible and underrated teaching and learning strategy that can add versatility to your craft. This approach requires unique classroom management strategies, precise time management, and a clear relationship between the design of each station and the learning objective itself. […]

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4 Characteristics Of Learning Leaders

4 Characteristics Of A Learning Leader by Stewart Hase, Heutagogy of Community Practice Writing is always a learning experience for me. Writing forces greater clarity. In addition, the tranquility of the unique Australian bush setting in which I am currently sitting, miles from anywhere, provides a perfect environment for learning. I’ve been working on a chapter for […]

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How To Buy Bitcoin—And Why You Should Consider It

How To Buy Bitcoin—And Why You Should Consider It by TeachThought Staff The following links are affiliate links. You can read more about our affiliate policy here, but the general premise is that we receive a very small % of revenue from anything you buy via clicking. If you want to make sure the seller […]
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6 Strategies For Creating An Inquiry-Driven Classroom

6 Strategies For Creating An Inquiry-Driven Classroom by Irena Nayfeld, TeachThought PD Inquiry Workshop Facilitator Teachers juggle a lot. There is literacy, math, science, social and emotional development, learning standards, the needs of each child, materials to make activities engaging, safe, and educational…the list goes on. More and more, researchers are finding that Habits of Mind and […]

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Google Releases DeepVariant AI For Genomics

Google Releases DeepVariant AI For Genomics by TeachThought Staff Google has announced the release of a new technology to map human genome sequences. By outward appearances, this is a very narrow and niche application of technology that doesn’t have anything to do with 21st century teaching and learning, a lesson here is more relevant for […]

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