Academic Research References - How to Bring Reference Value to Your Paper
When writing an academic paper, you need to cite any source in the document. The purpose of citing other sources is to make sure that you acknowledge where ideas came from and why those ideas were important to the academic community. Printed books aren't the only source of information you need to reference. In fact, […]
A bright spot as we look ahead to the future of education
We’re now more than 18 months into a global event that has upended education. Recently, we’ve been wondering if the learnings of the pandemic—the new tools for teaching, the new modes of working in schools, and even the new ways of thinking about education more broadly—will lead to lasting change. Will the pandemic be […]
14 Effective Teaching Strategies For Inquiry-Based Learning
One obvious way to promote inquiry learning in your classroom is to design lessons and units that benefit from, promote, or require it. The post 14 Effective Teaching Strategies For Inquiry-Based Learning appeared first on TeachThought.
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TeachThought University is a growing library of ad-free strategies, resources, inspiration, and research to make teaching enjoyable again. The post Join TeachThought University’s Digital Library Today appeared first on TeachThought.
3 Tips For Giving Better Student Feedback In Large Courses
Although giving better student feedback in a large classroom can be challenging, it's possible to do so without sacrificing substance. The post 3 Tips For Giving Better Student Feedback In Large Courses appeared first on TeachThought.
Where Go and GraphQL collide: Behind the curtain with genqlient
by Ben Kraft In my last post, I talked about genqlient, our new Go GraphQL client which generates code based on your schema and queries to provide more type safety with less boilerplate than other clients. In this post, I want to talk more about the technical challenges we encountered in writing genqlient, and how […]