Nonfiction Media for Remote Learners

If you need more nonfiction content for your remote learning classroom, several online providers of nonfiction have made resources available for K-12 education. In this […]

Buncee-Based Learning: Building Block for Knowledge Construction

Ready to adopt powerful learning strategies for use in your classroom? John Hattie, author of the acclaimed Visible Learning research, points out that technology alone […]

High-Impact Classroom Discussions with Google

John Hattie’s research identifies classroom discussions as having an effect size on student achievement of 0.82, which means approximately two years’ of growth in one […]

High Impact Strategy: Using Google and Self-Reported Grades

Are you getting the most bang for your buck by utilizing the high impact instructional strategies made famous by John Hattie combined with the wonderful […]

Back to School Apps for Lesson Planning

“Does the TEKS Resource System have an app?” asked a classroom teacher in one of my sessions. “I want to pull up my lessons.” The […]

Reciprocal Teaching with Google’s Reading App Rivet

Few would disagree that reading plays a crucial role in life. Scaffolding student cognition during reading can enhance student achievement. One of the techniques I […]

Ensuring That Feedback Is Meaningful: Part 2

Students want to improve. They want to learn better, faster, and retain knowledge longer. Our job is to provide them the specific help that they […]

Research-Based Strategies: Part 5

The use of technology to accelerate learning is definitely something that TCEA supports. But we are also big believers in the use of the best […]

Research-Based Strategies: Part 4

This blog series has been examining some powerful research-based strategies that can accelerate student learning. We examined the research behind the strategies in Part 1, […]

Research-Based Strategies: Part 2

Knowing exactly what to do to improve student learning is difficult today. There are more than 250 recognized strategies for accelerating learning, but not all […]

Research-Based Strategies that Accelerate Student Learning

If you know me, you know that I’m a big fan of research. I spend a lot of my time examining what the latest research […]

Succeeding With Differentiation

This post was originally published on edutopia.org Student voice is a hot topic in education, which makes me exceedingly happy—I’ve always thought that students were […]

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