4 Laws of Learning (and How to Obey Them in Your Lessons) | Cult of Pedagogy
Inside this self-paced course you'll find four modules, one for each law. Each module contains videos, guided notes, and a quiz. A PDF Summary reviews key points from the videos, and contains a full bibliography with references for the research behind the laws. Learn NOW! #CultofPedagogy
Is Your Professional Learning Community a Farce?
Many schools use PLCs for teacher collaboration, but whether they really fit that description is up for debate. Here are 5 ways to tell if your PLC isn't living up to its name. #CultofPedagogy
Let's Talk About the Leader in Me | Cult of Pedagogy
Are you or your kids in a Leader in Me school? What results are you seeing? How has it impacted student learning and behavior? And maybe most importantly�is it worth the high sticker price? #CultofPedagogy
Ten (Or So) Things That Are Helping Right Now | Dave Stuart Jr
Join Dave Stuart Jr. in this 1-hour interactive professional development session where Dave will share insights during this most challenging school year. Topics include student motivation, instruction, and teacher morale, practical, flexible applications. #DaveStuartJr
Why Every Teacher Should Attend an Unconference | Cult of Pedagogy
Whether it's called an Edcamp or a TeachMeet, an unconference offers a fun, no-pressure, FREE alternative for professional development. #CultofPedagogy
Goal-Setting for Teachers: 8 Paths for Self-Improvement | Cult of Pedagogy
The list of ways a teacher can improve is a mile long. Since you can't do it all at once, here are eight paths you might take toward professional growth. #CultofPedagogy
Do you hold these 3 limiting beliefs about students?
Limiting beliefs aren’t necessarily conscious beliefs. These are worldviews that have been ingrained in us over the years and we’re not always aware of them. We can tell if these beliefs are there by examining the things that we say and do.
Know Your Terms: Nonlinguistic Representation | Cult of Pedagogy
If you've ever heard a guy stop in the middle of an explanation and say, "Hold on, let me draw you a picture," that dude is fixing to serve you a heaping plate of nonlinguistic representation. #CultofPedagogy
Teaching in Beta: What We Can Learn from Software Developers | Cult of Pedagogy
If we treated our teaching the way developers treat software, we'd end up with a better product and greater job satisfaction. #CultofPedagogy
The Teacher’s Guide to Tech | Cult of Pedagogy
Does the idea of exploring technology overwhelm you? Do you ever wish someone would just organize it all and explain it to you in clear, simple language? Then this is your lucky day. #CultofPedagogy
Know Your Terms: Constructivism
Constructivism provides students with rich experiences and encourages them to reach their own conclusions. #CultofPedagogy
3 Hacks that Solve Big School Problems | Cult of Pedagogy
Teachers are not short on problems. But you don't have to wait for a committee or a bigger budget to start solving them. Take these 3 hacks, for example...
Hate PD? Try Voluntary Piloting
This teacher-led model for professional development is a formula for deep, reflective learning and long-lasting change. Read how one group of teachers did it. #CultofPedagogy
How Pineapple Charts Revolutionize Professional Development
As one-size-fits-all PD fades into obscurity, more personalized professional development models have emerged. The Pineapple Chart may be the greatest of them all. #CultofPedagogy
Twitter for Teachers and Students
Twitter is an indispensable tool for research, professional development, and connecting with other educators. This 5-module course takes you step-by-step so you'll have a clear understanding of how Twitter works and better yet, how it can work for you. [This is a blendeducation.org resource.] #CultofPedagogy