Here are 5 specific and practical strategies, along with associated tools, that promote deep learning in virtual and physical classrooms.
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A choice board is a simple tool that can provide scaffolding, tiering, use of Bloom’s taxonomy, support multiple learning styles, and more.
In school, the learning is externally prompted by a ‘quality judge.’ rather than curiosity, genius, or intended application.
One underlying assumption of a curriculum is that it’s comprised of knowledge and skills that are both knowable and worth knowing.
Humility, curiosity, creativity, resilience, compassion, and 20 other things that tests can’t measure in students.
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What motivates students? More specifically, what motivates them to be engaged at school to master the objective you’ve chosen for them?
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