Educator Voices

Synced learning requires two potentially opposing technologies: the ability to engage the same core material, and the ability to engage the material independently. The post An Innovative Learning Model: How To Sync Your Classroom appeared first on TeachThought.
Just over half of children in the United States — 53 percent — now own a smartphone by the age of 11. And 84 percent of teenagers now have their own phones, immersing themselves in a rich and complex world of experiences that adults sometimes need a lot of decoding to understand. These stats come...
Drew Perkins talks with Dr. Michael Rousell about his research and work with using feedback that includes the element of surprise to help stimulate more of a growth mindset. The post The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 182 Using The Element Of Surprise In Feedback To Build A Growth Mindset appeared first...
Originally posted on Chalkbeat on October 28, 2019 On average, girls do as well as boys on elementary- and middle-school math tests. But by the time students enter the workforce, a big gender gap has emerged, with men earning nearly 80 percent of bachelor’s degrees in engineering and computer...
One of my favorite things about being a professional developer is that I get to travel all around the world to work with schools and districts.  That gives me the chance to connect with lots of neat people and see lots of neat practices in action.  Those connections push my own thinking and improve...

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