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.
- When teachers noticed a lack of autonomy in the math classroom, a switch to a student-centered curriculum bumped ownership of learning—and the kids' ability to talk about their problem-solving approach.
- This graphic organizer guides students to categorize information while they’re taking notes, leading to deeper engagement.1.4k
- From Alma Thomas to Jean-Michel Basquiat and Augusta Savage, here are eight remarkable artists to talk about in class—and art projects inspired by their work.1.1k
- The morning message is a popular way to help elementary students transition into school—and it can be adapted for home learning.15.1k
- Upper elementary teachers can make small shifts in how they teach writing to spark students’ interest and promote critical thinking.569
- Juxtaposing similar things—and thinking critically about differences and similarities—is a powerful cognitive tool that can deepen learning and engagement.434
- Middle school teachers can guide students to analyze a learning experience by asking about what went well and what could be improved.388
- Teachers can ignite students’ enthusiasm for writing with creative assignments based on the books they love to read.334
- Encouraging students to write more frequently in science classes helps them become strong, versatile writers and deepens their scientific thinking.308