A Guide to Applying Solution Fluency Power to Any Learning Challenge

The children of today who will be the leaders of tomorrow will need a process they can internalize that allows them to face challenges and problems that haven’t even been realized yet. We've come to know this remarkable superpower as the 6Ds of Solution Fluency....
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10 Self-Analysis Questions That Cultivate Independent Thinking Abilities

Are your learners fostering their independent thinking abilities? Have them periodically ask themselves these 10 questions. You’re a teacher. You’re not only committed to being a different kind of teacher, but you have told your learners that you will be different...
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6 Ways to Build Lifelong Learning Skills With Your Learners

Many great educators have said many great things about the importance of lifelong learning skills. John Dewey, however, probably said it best: "Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself." Educators want their learners to succeed both in and out...
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Creating a Beneficial Gender Diversity in STEM Education

Many girls going through school are still struggling to get interested or excited about STEM education. Within the United States, men currently tend to dominate the technology and engineering worlds, and women are striving to join and stand out. The trouble is that,...

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Debunking 5 Common Classroom Technology Myths

With the advent of classroom technology usage in our classrooms has come a number of opposing views surrounding its effectiveness, and even its necessity. It may not be the easiest thing to adopt for some, but the fact is it's never going away. Ed-tech is here to...

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4 Tips for Helping Learners Develop Their Research Skills

Every learner needs to use their research skills for one assignment or another. How do we help them sift through information to get at the best and most reliable content? As in life, we know that not everything on the Internet is true. Sooner or later, our children...

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5 Creative Hobbies That Can Build Your Critical Thinking

Everybody needs a hobby, so it's said. But even if you're busy enough as it is (and what teacher and student isn't), you can still benefit from exploring this list of creative hobbies for building critical thinking skills. Some of them you may already be doing. If...

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7 Ways to Achieve High Levels of Classroom Productivity

When it comes to classroom productivity, the ideal classroom is a happy one. It means students are creating solutions and projects that have meaning and purpose. It's where they gladly take initiatives and assume responsible ownership of class time. Above all, it...

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