Terry Heick

The Big Problem With Teaching

The Big Problem With Teaching by Terry Heick The typical approach to modern, K-12 pedagogy is to clarify a learning target, plan a learning experience that seems well-suited to ‘cause’ understanding of that target, and then assess student mastery of that target.

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Wendell Berry And ‘The Loss Of The University’

Wendell Berry And ‘The Loss Of The University’ by Terry Heick There are a variety of questions that guide my work at TeachThought, each with their own available inferences and underlying assumptions, among them: What should a person know? What should a person do with what they know? What are people for? ’Where’ are people […]

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How To Help Students Find More Time To Read

Students Dislike Reading

How To Help Students Find More Ti

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12 Myths About Project-Based Learning

12 Myths About Project-Based Learning by Terry Heick Simple premise: What are the most common myths about project-based learning? Put another way, what do we misunderstand about PBL that keeps it from realizing its full potential?

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A Letter Grade Isn’t A Letter Grade: Why We Should Stop Averaging Scores

A Letter Grade Isn’t A Letter Grade: Why We Should Stop Averaging Scores by Terry Heick Quick preface: Any argument rests on premises and terms, and so clarifying those premises and terms and related underlying assumptions is necessary if that argument is to be entirely understood.

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