If teaching students how to think is more important than teaching them what to think, how can we, as educators, improve our students’ nuanced thinking
The first year of teaching is, without a doubt, the hardest year of teaching. There is all the late night marking, all the weekends writing
The first few years of online learning in the 2000’s were a tangle of trial and error. Some things worked beautifully: individualized learning plans, tutoring
“I’m just not a math person.” It’s a sentence I have heard countless times from students during my years of teaching math in the classroom
As the school year comes to an end, and for many of our students, the first full school year attended virtually, we have been looking back and reflecting on a year unlike any other.
“Go, go, go! Get there! Slide!” These were the screams belted out by my son’s coach. They were immediately followed by an eruption of cheers from those of us in the crowd as Ethan slid under the tag at home to score the winning run in his 9U year-end tournament a few years ago
Here are 5 rules to help you craft sticky videos, which you can also use to evaluate if a video you are curating will be engaging and effective for your online course.