“We ask for students to think “critically and creatively” yet score them on how we can move our learners to all think the same. This is one of the biggest challenges education faces right now.” George Couros
Beware of the Test Prep Trap There is more to learn than what’s ‘on the test’.
How Teacher Blogging Aligns with PBL: 5 Tips for Getting Started– One of the best things I done for my personal learning is start a blog. It helps me reflect, process and grow as an educator. Plus, it is formative, and ongoing versus a summative position. I am continually growing, adapting, and refining my craft.
“If You Name It, They Think They Know It” – PBL & Wonder PBL often flips traditional learning on its head. This post discusses the idea of giving a learning event first to spark creativity and curiosity in a student.
3 Reminders for When Challenging Others George Couros suggests some good reminders.
Have a great week.