I am forever grateful to these teachers for all they instilled in me, and these creative opportunities now constitute the very heart of one of my favorite projects offered to students in "Studio 113" -- The Crucible Passion-Based Contract. Here are some of the recent opportunities and the results.
17 hours ago by John Hardison
Three questions give us a set of lenses through which to consider the content and how our students might apply thinking through creative, collaborative tinkering-based projects that result in thoughtful products of their learning.
15 days ago by Lindsey Own
By: Bernard Bull. A form of blended learning that was led and designed by the students instead of the teachers. You’ve heard of blended learning. You’ve probably read about self-directed learning. Put them together and you get self-blended learning,
17 days ago by Guest Author
Five blended learning workshop takeaways and seven resources that support blended implementation and #raisingblendedlearners.
18 days ago by Tracy Clark
Essential Questions promote student learning in a number of ways. When teachers use essential questions they model important skills to students and show them the types of questions they should be asking themselves.
24 days ago by Aimee Bartis