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Increasing student engagement starts with “attention capture.” We look at how best to accomplish this by presenting students with an “incongruity.”
Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt developed a deck of cards to help artists overcome creative blocks, but teachers can problem-solve with Oblique Strategies, too!
A good student observation is like a work of art. You can read it and get a vivid picture of the student on that day. It reflects only what is seen, and it…
Recent research on learning has given us a lot of new information on designing lessons. This infographic looks at the most recent trends in lesson planning.
Slower learners, with their unique learning profile, can be the most rewarding students you will ever work with – if you understand how to help them.
So, let me guess the kinds of weaknesses your struggling learners have. Study skills? Organization? Goal setting? Planning strategies? Metacognition?