questions media literacy
By Alan November
July 21st, 2017
In most classrooms, the teacher supplies the questions that students must answer. Rothstein’s example shows how powerful learning can be when educators have students come up with their own questions to answer.


hattie effects
By Hilary Scharton
July 24th, 2017
In 2015, researcher John Hattie updated his seminal research Visible Learning. Hailed as “teaching’s Holy Grail,”1 Hattie synthesized 15 years of research on more than 800 meta-analysis about what works in the classroom. His goal was to focus educators around…


PBL
By Art Fessler, Teri Fleming, and Jordan Menning
August 8th, 2017
For PBL to reach its full potential educators must learn to step back and be facilitators in the classroom, a change that requires thoughtful and ongoing professional development. Here, three educators offer their insights on what it takes to roll…


reading literacy teachers
By Cindy Young
July 25th, 2017
The ability to read, and read well, is a skill that follows students for the rest of their lives and yet it’s shocking how many children lack the early education support they need to develop this essential competency.


differentiation
By Amanda Stedke
August 1st, 2017
Throughout the education sector, we hear a lot about “differentiation,” “individualization” and “personalization.” But what do these terms really mean, and how are they different?


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