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Ed Leaders, Want To Implement PBL? Attend “Leadership PBL” October 18th!

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<<Register on Eventbrite>> Are you a district or school leader interested in using Project-Based Learning to empower students and want to implement sustainably? Join us at TeachThought LEADERSHIP PBL: Developing A Sustainable Project-Based Learning Implementation Plan and develop: An understanding of quality project-based learning to help you better support teachers A short and long-term implementation […]

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Podcast – Talking with Richard Byrne on the Practical Ed Tech Podcast!

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Last week my conversation with Richard Byrne went live on the Practical Ed Tech Podcast. Many of you know Richard from his primary site, Free Technology for Teachers, one of the most widely-read education blogs in the world. Richard and I have known each other for a long time. Maybe he’ll come see me in Colorado sometime. He’s an outdoorsy type – he’d love it out here!

Richard and I talked about a wide range of things, including Tik Tok, building leaders’ capacity to foster school innovation, keeping up with changing technologies, redesigning lessons with the 4 Shifts Protocol, filtering and blocking students, and so on…

Hope you enjoy the discussion. Happy listening!

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 177 How Educators Can Help People Have Impossible Conversations

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 177 How Educators Can Help People Have Impossible Conversations Drew Perkins talks with James Lindsay about his new book with Peter Boghossian, How To Have Impossible Conversations, social justice, and critical race theory.  Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Book: How To Have Impossible Conversations @conceptualjames @HPluckrose Areo Magazine @MikeNayna […]

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15 Common Mistakes Teachers Make Teaching With Technology

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15 Common Mistakes Teachers Make Teaching With Technology by Terry Heick The role of technology in learning isn’t entirely clear–or rather, is subjective. While technology is is able to provide access to peers, audiences, resources, and data, it also can be awkward, problematic, and distracting. In fact, poorly-implemented, it can function more as a barrier to […]

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What PBL Can Do For Your School–And What It Can’t

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What PBL Can Do For Your School–And What It Can’t by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development *Visit our PBL Workshops Page for workshop options on Project-Based Learning. Project-Based Learning is a great way to reach and teach students, but what is often overlooked is what high quality PBL can do for a school and […]

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 174 How Might We Build A Better Transcript?

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 174 How Might We Build A Better Transcript? Drew Perkins talks with Ben Rein, Senior Director of Outreach and Partnerships at Mastery Transcript Consortium, about their work to remake the transcript into a more useful and meaningful tool for schools and students. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: mastery.org @MastTranscript […]

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Ronan Farrow On MIT And Jeffrey Epstein

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NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Ronan Farrow of The New Yorker about Jeffrey Epstein's financial ties to the MIT Media Lab.

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8 Alternatives To School Staff Meetings

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8 Alternatives To School Staff Meetings by TeachThought Staff We were recently admin’ing the TeachThought twitter feed when we saw four tweets in six minutes regarding ‘tips’ for ‘paying closer attention’ in staff meetings. There is a lot implied in this kind of thinking, namely: 1. Schools have a lot of meetings 2. Educators (of […]

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A Self-paced Course for Learning How to Use G Suite in Your Practice

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One of the ways that I have been able to keep Free Technology for Teachers running for the last twelve years is through offering professional development services in the forms of in-person workshops...

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Fossils 101 – And How Scientists Know What Color Dinosaurs Were

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National Geographic's YouTube channel has a great series called 101 Videos. The series contains 115 videos that provide five minute introductions to a wide variety of science topics. Fossils 101 is...

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