Innovation days

If you have read Daniel Pink’s popular book, Drive, you know about companies that encourage employees to spend a portion of their time engaging in projects of their choice. In some places, Pink reports, workers are encouraged to spend 20% of their time on these projects. Recently, Josh Stumpenhorst at Stump the Teacher blogged about […]

Differentiation think-tac-toe

You can certainly use a think-tac-toe format in any subject, but this fantastic article by my friend, Julie Causton-Theoharis, and her colleague, Sharon Dotger, provides a fantastic example of using it in a lesson on simple machines. How would you use this technique? How could you use choice to create more comfort, inspiration, and learning […]