20 Classroom Setups That Promote Thinking

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20 Classroom Setups That Promote Thinking. This is a student-centered approach to pedagogy (and heautagogy), and will consist of four parts: Part 1: Classroom Setups That Promote Thinking. Part 2: Learning Profiles: What Great Teachers Know About Their Students. Collaboration.

Starting Off the School Year: It’s About the Learners

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I want students to learn about one another in a personal way. I want to learn about my students so my instructional strategies can be more personalized and tailored to their needs and interests. You will be expected to engage in the learning activities during class time.

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Visible Learning in Literacy: 3 Takeaways from John Hattie and Nancy Frey

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Opportunity to learn with renowned education researchers and practitioners rejuvenates the mind and reignites the passion in many educators. The second day at the Visible Learning Institute in San Diego provided attendees choice in one of two paths in which to learn; literacy and math.

Continual Professional Development for Teachers

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With each passing year and generation, tools and techniques, students and their learning preferences, and attitude towards learning continue to change. Formal : Education conferences and seminars. In-house and digital learning.

From Personalized Math to Micro-Schools, This NewSchools Cohort Is Reimagining Learning

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Scott Benson NewSchools Venture Fund Twitter: @scottb_edu So their two organizations decided to work together, creating The Collaborative—a ten-month, intensive professional-development experience for ten school districts and charter school management organizations from across the country. The ten teams met once each in San Francisco, Austin, and New York City and also worked with Collaborative staff and consultants locally over the course of the 2016-17 school year.

The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Issue a Press Release

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This talk was delivered at Virginia Commonwealth University today as part of a seminar co-sponsored by the Departments of English and Sociology. ” Take “collaborative learning,” for example, which this year’s K–12 report posits as a mid-term trend.

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