Growth Mindset Explained
Most teachers have heard about the growth mindset. It became a phenomenon in 2006 when Carol Dweck released her book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. Yet, not everyone is…
False Growth Mindset Explained
In her updated book, Carol Dweck urges people to be wary of unintentionally nurturing a false growth mindset rather than the real thing. More specifically, Carol expresses her concern about…
7 High-Impact Learning Strategies You Must Teach Your Students
The way students approach their learning has a large impacton their success. Discover 7 proven learning strategies you must teach your students.
Growth Mindset vs Fixed Mindset: Does It Really Matter?
Since the launch of Dweck’s book ‘Mindset’, teachers have been fascinated by the growth mindset vs the fixed mindset. But does it really matter? Research reveals
Distributed Practice & Massed Practice: What Works Best?
As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. You should be giving your students time to practice doing the things you have taught them to do in class. But there are…
Deliberate Practice In Education: What Is it? And, Should Teachers Make Use of It?
You may have heard about deliberate practice and the high impact it has on student achievement. But what does it involve? And should you make use of it?
Teaching for Conceptual Change: Fractions
Teaching fractions is critical. Yet, students often struggle to master the concept of fractions. You can help these students by using the conceptual change process. Mastery of fractions is one of the strongest predictors of success in high-school mathematics…
Teacher Clarity: A Potent Yet Misunderstood Teaching Strategy
Teacher clarity allows you to have a much larger impact on how well your students achieve. But this clarity involves more than most people think. Discover ..
Hattie & His High Impact Strategies for Teachers
In his book, Hattie synthesised over 500,000+ studies related to student achievement. This expansive synthesis concluded that: Teachers can make a difference even in challenging circumstances Most teaching practices have…
Homework: How to Make It All Worthwhile
Homework is the bane of many people’s lives. Teachers hate setting it, let alone marking it Students hate doing it Parents hate ensuring it done (and trying to work out what…
The I Do WE Do YOU Do Model Explained
The I Do – We Do – You Do model involves you in following a series of steps starting with you leading instruction and finishing with students working independently. In…
8 Strategies Robert Marzano & John Hattie Agree On
Robert Marzano and John Hattie have both reviewed the research on which teaching strategies work best. While they used different methods and terminology, they agreed on these 8 powerful strategies….