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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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30 Storytelling Tips For Teachers: How To Capture Your Students’ Attention

30 Storytelling Tips For Teachers: How To Capture Your Students’ Attention by Teac

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8 Strategies To Make Learning Visual In Your Classroom

8 Strategies To Make Learning Visual In Your Classroom by TeachThought Staff & Jackie Gerstein, TeachThought PD Facilitator How about some strategies for visual learning?

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20 Observable Characteristics Of Effective Teaching

20 Observable Characteristics Of Effective Teaching by

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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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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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