Most regular Radical readers know that I am passionate about professional learning communities. That’s because the time I have spent collaborating with my peers over the last fifteen years has made me a better teacher. My colleagues have challenged my practice time and again — asking...
The shift from being asked for answers to being asked for questions can be powerful in building a powerful learning environment. The post Using The QFT To Drive Inquiry In Project-Based Learning appeared first on TeachThought.
Does the item require a passage, or a graphic? If so, is all the necessary information provided, and is it appropriate and accessible to the student? The post 10 Tips For Creating More Effective Multiple-Choice Questions appeared first on TeachThought.
Short, easy-to-create-and-share video isn't hugely different than writing--useful for assessment, collaboration, reflection, and more. The post 40 Ideas For Using FlipGrid In The Classroom appeared first on TeachThought.
Students need access to lower-level information to then use in the higher-level thinking that requires them to synthesize disparate facts and perspectives. The post 5 Out-Of-The Box Assessment Strategies Every Teacher Should Know appeared first on TeachThought.