Five interesting online articles to get you thinking about next year.
Our students are passionately devouring science fiction and fantasy series. So why don’t our reading and writing programs reflect this? Some thoughts on harnessing the power of these genres.
Looking for something to read this summer? Here are a few sorta-teaching-related texts I’ve enjoyed.
I’m thrilled to announce not one, but two Byrdseed Hatch events. On February 11th, 2017 we’re coming back to The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana with a new line-up of presenters. But first, Hatch will go on the road to Austin, TX at the funky Hotel Van Zandt on October 8th, 2016. Both Saturday events […]
A reader asks how we can take the typical “look up facts online and then present with PowerPoint” task to an appropriate level of challenge.
Summer is looming, and you have lots of possible ways to spend your upcoming time. I’d like to encourage you to use a little bit of that time to write up your favorite successes of the year.
The Curse of Knowledge: once you know something, it’s hard to think from the perspective of someone who doesn’t know it. And the more you know, the harder it gets.
Check out this jaw-dropping quote from Deborah Ruf’s interviews with gifted adults about their childhoods…
A reader wrote in, asking how to differentiate for a task like reading analog clocks. What to do with a student who has mastered this skill?