Educator Voices

Why Technology Still Hasn’t Transformed Education or Why iPads Haven’t Changed Much In Your Classroom by Terry Heick Preface: I wrote this post in early 2012 in response to Apple’s then-new textbook initiative. TeachThought was only a year or so old at the time and iPads had a lot of...
6 Powerful Strategies For Deeper Learning In Your Classroom by Dr. Monica R. Martinez Ed note: This post has been updated and republished from a 2015 version In the U.S., millions of middle and high school students attend schools that don’t match the reality of their lives. By their teenage years,...
A few weeks back, I wrote a bit on the Radical talking about Unit Overview Sheets — a strategy that I use in my classroom to help students assess their own progress towards mastering important outcomes. My core argument is simple — AND researched based:  Regular opportunities to assess...
Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Matt Barnum on February 12, 2019 When you’re the big fish, it’s not OK to pick on the little fish just because you can. That’s an important lesson for everyone. But some Houston first-graders got a particularly vivid demonstration in the form of a musical puppet...
Psychologist John Van Dreal has spent almost 30 years working with troubled kids. Still, it’s always unsettling to get the kind of phone call he received one morning eight years ago as he was on his way to a meeting. “I got a call from the assistant principal at North [Salem] High,...

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