Learning channels’ refer to the unique pathways students most naturally–and powerfully–use to develop skills and understanding.
An asynchronous learning community is one where students learn together bound by some component other than time.
The educator is not acting in the service of the child alone but of the child as they relate to their own environment–and thus their needs.
What are some of the most common types of questions? What are the categories of questions? This led to many dozens of answers.
Realize that the school year is a marathon, not a series of sprints. You have longer than you think to help students learn.
Key questions include, “What’s worth understanding?” and more importantly, “What’s worth doing with what I come to understand?”
Good teachers seek engaged students. Great teachers–somehow, someway–find out what makes students click, and use it.
Can we design a school that’s more inherently sustainable? That can’t ‘fail’? That’s not full of push and pull but hope and curiosity?
There is pressure in education to be research-based and data-based. But where should that research come from?
What is the Gradual Release of Responsibility? Show me, Help me, Let me.
From reducing terms of failure to never stopping the learning, here are 7 ways to remove gamification from learning in your classroom.
Can we teach critical thinking in schools? Of course we can. A better question: Are schools designed to teach children to think?
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