Archive for the 'teaching' tag

4Q: The quadruple win

Four big questions to ask about a lesson, unit, or activity… Deeper learning. Did it allow...
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Notice the emphasis on ‘feeding them content’

Christine Willig, President of McGraw-Hill Education, said: There’s a difference between...
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5 minutes about transforming schools

Bob Greenberg has been videoing some amazing thinkers for his Brainwaves YouTube channel. People...
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3 kinds of ISTE sessions

Not including the more informal networking events, there generally are 3 kinds of ISTE sessions: ...
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3 minutes with the ISTE Board

Yesterday I gave a 3-minute video presentation to the ISTE Board on What’s the next big thing in...
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5 thoughts from ISTE weekend

Five thoughts from the first couple of days here at the 2015 ISTE Conference… If...
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What does this say about us as learners?

A 2nd grade teacher told me – without any seeming embarrassment – that her students...
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When students develop learning objectives based on the standards

Steve Carroll said: When we transitioned to Common Core we did an unpacking the standards...
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When I understand it, why do I have to repeat it twenty times?

Students said: “The teachers used to talk at us all the time, non-stop, but they never...
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Asking students to work in complete isolation

Joe Bower said: I would never ask students to complete anything that is worth doing in complete...
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