Educator Voices

There are so many things I wish I had learned instead…
Let’s be honest for a minute:  If you are a regular Radical reader, there’s a good chance that you spend more than your fair share of time thinking deeply about teaching and learning. You are constantly reading the latest educational journals or books; you are active in social spaces,...
How do you make your students feel? Research is clear that the answer to this question can have a profound effect on the learning that occurs within your class or school. The post 6 Simple Ways To Reduce Student Stress In The Classroom appeared first on TeachThought.
When Rhonda Gonzales was in college in the early ’90s, the term “first-generation” wasn’t part of her vocabulary. Sure, she was the first in her family to go to college and she did have a sense of discomfort on campus — not quite fitting in. But it wasn’t something she...
Effective teaching about the Holocaust requires asking students the right questions, and that is the beginning of any inquiry-based lesson. The post 5 Strategies For Teaching About The Holocaust Through Inquiry appeared first on TeachThought.

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