There's one magic phrase that teachers can say to students to encourage a growth mindset... It's not what you think.
As we get to the end of the year, now is the time to look back and reflect on 2019! It’s also a time of crazy last-minute stuff, students leaving early on holiday vacations, and holiday prep in between all of the class interruptions. Do you need something to do with your students during the […]
Critical Thinking on Online Shopping lesson with discussion questions: Should Amazon do more to shut down fake reviews? Should Jessica stop writing them?
Co-create rubrics with students so they gain a deeper understanding of the assignment. BTW, true collaboration means the rubric isn’t already photocopied…
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Need a quick activity to do with your class that encourages creativity, tinkering, collaboration and communication? Try this lesson in diversity/inclusion.
We adapted the Lost at Sea activity in our FREE Critical Thinking lesson plans to help teach criteria-based decision making. Get the slideshow and handouts.