Educator Voices

In my mid-forties, I was a single parent with an 8-year-old son and a boyfriend when rather unexpectedly, the relationship ended. My boyfriend realized—about two years after we met—that with his own kids leaving for college soon, he wanted freedom, not the busy rhythm of raising another child. So...
Time to use your digit and wander the information superhighway. READ A year on after the Cambridge Analytica scandal what has been learned, done, not done. A new study from Harvard just proved that open plan offices are one of the dumbest ideas of all time. Apparently the hippies have been right...
How Grow 19 Can Change Your Classroom or School Next Year by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PD TeachThought Grow 19 Event Page Many years ago I taught in a middle school across the hall from a math teacher named Jim who perennially joked as the students walked out his door on the last day...
The Push For STEM Education: Why It Matters contributed by Anne David There are millions of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) jobs all over the world, and that number is growing rapidly. Companies are struggling to meet the demands of a changing workforce, and both students...
The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 161 Building Critical Thinking Dispositions Using Real Life Legal Cases Drew Perkins talks with Colin Seale about his work as founder and CEO of ThinkLaw to help schools teach critical thinking to students. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: ThinkLaw.us @...

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