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How To Play The ‘Count To Ten’ Team-Building Game

How To Play The ‘Count To Ten’ Team-Building Game by TeachThought Staff If you’re looking for an example of an easy to use, fun, and fairly quick/zero-prep team-building game that can be used with a wide range of ages from elementary to adult, ‘Count To Ten’ might just fit the bill. How To Win At ‘Count […]

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5 Ideal Traits Of A Project-Based Learning Teacher

5 Ideal Traits Of A PBL Teacher by Mike Kaechele, TeachThought PD Facilitator The past few years I have worked with many teachers introducing the components of Project-Based Learning (PBL) and helping them design their own projects.

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Five Simple Strategies That Can Help Any Student Learn

  Five Simple Strategies That Can Help Any Student Learn contributed by Drs. Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers Empowered with some basic information about how the mind and brain work during learning, teachers can plan to use some new strategies for supporting high student achievement. Through the years we have facilitated the use of brain-based […]

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20 iPad Tips & Hacks That Are Actually Useful

20 iPad Tips & Hacks That Are Actually Useful by TeachThought Staff   20 iPad Tips & Hacks That Are Actually Useful 1. Create a screen recording 2. Take a screenshot 3. Show more apps in the dock 4. Actually close apps 5. Personalize the control center 6. Erase all data 7. Set the default […]

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10 Ways To Use ReadWorks In The Classroom

10 Ways To Use ReadWorks In The Classroom by TeachThought Staff At TeachThought, we’ve been using ReadWorks recently to grow literacy skills of readers from elementary school to high school.

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Learning Beyond The Curriculum

Learning Beyond The Curriculum contributed by Stewart Hase and Chris Kenyon The science of learning, discovering how people learn, as opposed to the phil

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