Five Google-ly Mapping Tools for Thought Cartography

Sometimes, you may need to create a semantic map or diagram, but don’t don’t really like some of the tools available in Google. But don’t […]

Instructional Strategies That Work from the Research-Based Teaching and Learning Conference

When it comes to professional learning for educators, it’s vital to find training that not only meets your requirements, but also equips you with useful […]

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 […]

Remote Learning Strategy #1: Classroom Discussion

How would you combine one high-effect size instructional strategy with a digital tool? If it’s a question you’ve asked yourself before, you’re not alone. Several […]

Connect Instructional Strategies with Tech

Wonder what technologies you can blend into high-effect-size instructional strategies? In this blog entry, I revisit the revised Strategies That Work app that you can […]

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 […]

Embrace Lifelong Learning, Or Else

Did you know that the World Economic Forum identifies five trends that everyone should know about? The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived, a tsunami of […]

Ensuring that Feedback Is Meaningful: Part 1

As educators, we all know the value of feedback, whether it’s for students or our own personal growth. John Hattie’s analysis of feedback found that […]

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 […]

4 Phrases All Teachers Say and No Students Understand

This post was originally published in @PeterMDeWitt’s blog Finding Common Ground in Education Week. Today’s guest post is written by frequent Finding Common Ground blogger Lisa Westman. […]

Boys will be boys

Last week I participated in the Twitter #tmchat moderated by Aziz Abdur-Ra’off and Connie Hamilton Ed.S. The topic “addressing the needs of boys in our […]

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