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Leadership

You are amazing, a superhero. Every day you get up to make a difference, and every day you do. In some way, every day, you are a teacher and a learner–maybe a few minutes ago or yesterday, or it will happen after you finish reading. You have made an impact on how

Visible Learning

In June, the journal Educational Philosophy and Theory published “A Critique of John Hattie’s Theory of Visible Learning” by Thomas Aastrup Rømer. To quote from the paper’s abstract:  First, I

The following is an excerpt from “As Good As Gold? Why We Focus on the Wrong Drivers in Education,” the first in the new series

The following is an excerpt from “As Good As Gold? Why We Focus on the Wrong Drivers in Education,” the first in the new series

Teaching Methods

It’s Valentine’s Day and your teacher-heart could use some filling. Mid-year assessments, snow days, endless sniffles, and countless tissue boxes… it may be time to treat yourself

Have you read part I? You can check out Why We Need to Keep it Real with PBL here. The idea behind my two books on

There are three things that we know pretty clearly about feedback:  If delivered well, feedback can be one of the most transformative teaching tools in