Whether via classroom discussions, analysis of written text, higher-order questioning, or other strategies, learn and share ways to help students go deeper with their thinking.
- Exposing students to discrepant events and online simulations can spark wonder and motivate them to investigate science beyond the classroom.
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- Teachers can be reluctant to address how polarized our society is, but there are ways to do it while (mostly) avoiding controversy.276
- The morning message is a popular way to help elementary students transition into school—and it can be adapted for home learning.15k
- Asking students to examine their own possessions from the perspective of a historian in the future helps them sharpens their analytical skills.3k
- Research demonstrates that writing can boost learning in almost any content area, including math, science, and social studies.2.3k
- Unless they understand words such as ‘symbolize’ and ‘connote,’ it’s difficult for students to analyze literature well.2.7k
- Well-designed word problems give elementary students a tangible context for understanding math concepts.1.4k
- The 3 Ds learning model is designed to facilitate deeper learning and increase student motivation.1.7k
- With carefully crafted statements that incorporate vocabulary and prompt discussion, students learn scientific terms and concepts more readily.1.5k
- A novel activity using little more than geometric shapes can help students examine complex problems and connect big ideas.3.5k