Terry Heick

Why Students Should Read

Why Students Should Read by Terry Heick This post has bee

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10 Strategies To Promote Curiosity In Learning

10 Strategies To Promote Curiosity In Learning by Terry Heick Curiosity is crucial to learning.

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Where’s The Innovation In Education Coming From?

 Where’s The Innovation In Education Coming From?

Teaching Digital Students Non-Digital Things

Teaching Digital Students Non-Digital Thin

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How To Value Wisdom Over Knowledge In Your Classroom

How To Value Wisdom Over Knowledge In Your Classroom by Terry Heick A Definition For Wisdom This is a tough one with lots of angles, but I’ll start with this ‘definition’ for wisdom: Wisdom is knowing what’s worth understanding.

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The Power Of I Don’t Know

The Power Of I Don’t Know by Terry Heick At TeachThought, nothing interests us more than students, as human beings. What they know, might know, should know, and do with what they know. A driving strategy that serves students–whether pursuing self-knowledge or academic content–is questioning. Questioning is useful as an assessment strategy, catalyst for inquiry, […]

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The Assessment Range: Using Data To Meaningfully Affect Learning

The Assessment Range: Using Data In The Classroom To Meaningfully Affect Learning by Terry Heick If you don’t already have a plan for the data before giving the assessment, you’re already behind.

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 […]

44 Alternatives To What’d You Learn In School Today?

25 Alternatives To “What’d You Learn In School Today?” by Terry Heick This post has been updated and republished from a previous post You try to fake it, but it limps right out of your mouth, barely alive. “What’d you learn in school today?” In a single sentence, all that is wrong with “school.” First, the […]

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