Limiting the craft of writing to a single content area has damaged the perceived power and potential of writing for teachers and students.
These high school students put together questions to ask historians on Twitter, getting answers that may not be easy to find in their history books.
In understanding the shift from literacy to digital literacy, it may help to take a look at the underlying assumptions of digital literacy.
Want to make math more fun for students? Support them by giving them space to ask questions and learn through play.
Here are 30 ways to use Google search in the classroom to help improve students’ ability to self-direct the digital research search process.
contributed by Anita Lamoureux In Gresham-Barlow School District in Oregon, we recently launched a pilot program that leverages partnerships with local industry to enhance our Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings and shape career pathways that start in elementary and extend through high school and post-secondary. Spearheaded by Superintendent Dr. A. Katrise Perera and the…
Digital literacy is changing reading–not at its core necessarily, but certainly at its edges as it expands to include new kinds of ‘reading.’
Which ‘parts’ of the world would most benefit from my creativity, affection, and sustained effort?
From rubrics and presentations to apps, definitions, and frameworks, here are 25 of the best resources for critical thinking.
Bloom’s Spiraling is the process of starting first at lower levels of Bloom’s–recalling, defining, explaining, etc.–and then progressively increasing the level of thinking.
In this alternative to letter grades, work is first graded and then, through revision and iteration, is gradually improved and ultimately curated.
What should be built into a project so that students can shift from a ‘project’ to a modern learning experience parallel to the world they live in?
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