Hands-on, authentic learning has always been one of the hallmarks of education in Science classes. But the challenge Science teachers consistently face is one of
“You should know we just had a ‘throw-up in here’” Mrs. Nierman warned. (Thanks to a great custodian and some open windows we’d never’ve known).
As teachers, we are typically very honest with ourselves in recognizing that the students can often understand and utilize any new technology quicker than us.
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Principal Jane Harmon facilitated a school-wide book study using Richabaugh’s Tapping the Power of Personalized Learning. This poster represents some thinking during one of the group’s lively discussions.
The feedback loop concept is straight forward: timely, actionable feedback gives students opportunities to improve. When done well it can have an effect size of