Why Reflection Is Important In Teaching

contributed by Madhu Narayanan and Jill Ordynans This is a time of troubling uncertainty. What does this demand of us as teachers? We are facing stark realities that connect to the core work of teachers: systemic violence, a global pandemic, horrendous inequalities. In such a context, how do we empower teachers to create authentic moments

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 227 Superintendents Experience Navigating Covid-19 –

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 227 Superintendents Experience Navigating Covid-19 Drew Perkins talks with Kentucky superintendents Rob Clayton and Gary Fields about their navigation of the tensions and challenges associated with Covid-19. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast player including: Also available on Google Music for subscribers! Thank

The Benefits Of Mindmapping For Learning –

Drawing Ideas: The Benefits Of Mindmapping For Learning contributed by Andrew Sperl Developing your teaching methods to be more effective is an everyday process for educators around the world. In the same way, students everywhere continue to work on methods that will help them learn more efficiently so they can be successful in school. With

4 Characteristics Of Critical Digital Pedagogy

4 Characteristics Of Critical Digital Pedagogy by TeachThought Staff “Pedagogy is not just a delivery device for the digital humanities. It should be at the core of what the digital humanities is as an academic discipline.” Jesse Stommel is an Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and this idea has a lot to it.

Vernier Releases SAM Labs Packages For STEM Learning –

Vernier Releases SAM Labs Packages For STEM Learning by TeachThought Staff From a press release Middle school teachers can now integrate science lessons with data collection and coding using new packages from Vernier Software & Technology and SAM Labs. Each new topic-based package—comprised of a Go Direct sensor, SAM Labs output blocks, and ready-to-go activities within the Google Workbench programming platform—engages students in scientific discovery and

What Are The Primary Human Drives?

by TeachThought Staff What exactly the primary human drives depend on who you ask. There are simply too many ways to frame the question to get a single answer every scientist and artist and parent and historian on earth would agree on. But by studying neuroscience, we can begin to establish some common ground–which is

What’s cancer?

Cancer grows if the body’s regular control mechanism ceases operating. Aged cells don’t die and alternatively grow from hands, forming cells that are abnormal. Some cancers, such as leukemia, do not form cancers. Which are the most common forms of cancer? Most cancers might happen anywhere within the body. In guys, carcinoma is only one