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How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form

How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form by TeachThought Staff How do add and/or delete questions on a Google Form? It’s really quite simple. If you’re using a template, you can skip to Section 1.3 to edit your form. You can always come back here if you want to add or edit existing questions. […]
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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 151 Chasing The Next Better, Reflections From #MyRoomMessage

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 151 Chasing The Next Better, Reflections From #MyRoomMessage Drew Perkins talks with teacher and author of #MyRoomMessage Monte Syrie about his reflections on teaching, classroom culture, and teacher preparation. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Monte’s web site: letschangeeducation.com @MonteSyrie Kelly Gallagher The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 146 Does Education Have a Twitter Problem? Listen […]

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10 Simple Ways To Engage In Lifelong Learning

10 Ways To Engage In Lifelong Learning contributed by Andrea Leyden Learning is about reaching your full potential and can help you achieve self-actualization, the highest need identified by Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. However, traditional education generally has a beginning and an end which culminates in taking tests. Lifelong learning preserves an individual’s desire to […]

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Create A Curriculum That Questions The Purpose Of Knowledge

“Curriculum that questions the purpose of knowledge.” by Terry Heick In our recent post, Education’s Curious Fascination With Uniformity, reader James Foss left a useful comment that had within it an interesting concept–the “purpose of knowledge.” “Is it the standards that dictate curriculum or assessment practices that dictate pedagogy? It is possible the current standardized […]

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 150 Deeper Thinking Through Inquiry And Art

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 150 Deeper Thinking Through Inquiry And Art Drew Perkins talks with Nicola Giardina about her book and work with educators using her “Pyramid of Inquiry” to pull deeper learning and thinking through art. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: nicolagiardina.com Book: The More We Look, the Deeper It Gets – Publisher […]

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The Shift From Content To Purpose: A Continuum of Choice

The Shift From Content To Purpose: A Continuum of Choice by TeachThought Staff What is the difference between a teacher-centered and learner-driven classroom? We’ve taken a look at examples of student-centered teaching before. It’s both a subtle (in theory) and dramatic (in function) shift in the entire ecology of a classroom, curriculum, and sense of student […]

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25 Of The Best Resources For Teaching Critical Thinking

25 Of The Best Resources For Teaching Critical Thinking by TeachThought Staff The Stanford University Center for Professional Development recently developed a course of effective classroom in the classroom, and asked us to let you know about it. This online course consists of three online sessions, three weeks in a row. Each session includes expert video screencasts, classroom video […]

4 Things Every Student Should Do Every Day

4 Things Every Student Should Do Every Day by Terry Heick Just a quick post meant to be quantitatively modest (only four) and qualitatively useful/practical. A list like this could get long fast. Off the top of my head, any teacher can come up with hundreds of ‘things’ it would be ‘good’ for students to […]
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What Is Swarm Problem Solving?

What Is Swarm Problem Solving? contributed by Dr. Jamie Schwandt, (Ed.D.) “It would be unlikely that it would be a fish that discovered water, or a bird air.” – Chinese Proverb A common metaphor used by Arthur Conan Doyle in his Sherlock Holmes stories is that of links, chains, and threads. Alan Macfarlane writes in On Creative […]
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What Is Google Science Journal?

What Is Google Science Journal? by TeachThought Staff In short, Google Science Journal is a cloud-based platform for K-12 science education. In Google’s own words, Science Journal ‘transforms your device into a pocket-size science tool that encourages students to explore their world. As they conduct eye-opening experiments, they’ll record observations and make new, exciting discoveries.’ […]

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