Teachers still plan daily lessons.

Using research and tools from their book The i5 Approach: Lesson Planning that Teaches Thinking and Fosters Innovation (2017), Pollock and Hensley introduce the concept of the i5, a way of using today’s technology to teach thinking skills.

By applying neurological research to update the Hunter lesson plan, they share GANAG, a schema that guides instructional delivery and assessment to improve student engagement and depth of knowledge.

GANAG pays particular attention to critical-and-creative-thinking skills and the result is improved learning, grades, and test scores in your own school