Blending High-Effect Instructional Strategies with the 5E Model

Challenging circumstances aside, many educators continue to develop engaging lessons today. But how those lessons get delivered, facilitated, and assessed has changed for some. As […]

Assessment-Based Feedback Tool: Blooket

By now, most of you have tried Kahoot!, Quizlet, Quizziz, and many others. These tools work as game-based student response systems that provide you with […]

Who’s Doing the Talking in Our Classrooms?

As you may know, I am a HUGE John Hattie fan. His research has completely changed and enhanced my philosophy about how students (and adults) […]

Align Instruction with Free Templates

Need some amazing resources, but don’t have the time to make them yourself? Why not take a moment to “mine” websites like Teachers Pay Teachers […]

Best-Kept Secrets for Making the Most of TCEA 2021

Whether you are a veteran attendee of the annual TCEA Convention & Exposition or this will be your very first one to attend, the TCEA […]

Frayer Model Template for Word Analysis

Wish you had an easy way to improve student vocabulary? One approach that is effective is the Frayer Model. In my previous blog entry, Semantic […]

12 Learning Strategies and Their Ed Tech Tools

Get the PDF version with clickable links here. As you know, TCEA has spent the last few years diving deeply into the research of John […]

Comics and Graphic Novels: An Imagery Invasion

Walk through a paper bookstore and you’ll find a huge section dedicated to graphic novels. Like many children of yesteryear, I grew up reading comic […]

Get a Clue: The SOLO Taxonomy

“Who did it? Was it Colonel Mustard with a rope in the billiard room?” Murder and mystery have enthralled many over the years. If you’re […]

Semantic Maps Made Easy

What teacher isn’t looking for an amazing way to engage students in learning? Whether it’s a different evidence-based strategy or technology, you want to maximize […]

Remote Learning Strategy #3: Three More

In our Remote Learning Strategies series so far, we’ve explored two powerful strategies. Those strategies included classroom discussion and summarization. In this blog entry, we’ll […]

Remote Learning Strategy #2: Summarization

In “Remote Learning Strategy #1: Classroom Discussion,” I highlighted a popular strategy for remote teachers. Yet classroom discussion does not reign supreme. It is not […]

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