- Ask students to rate, critique, or rank rather than remember, list, or explain.
- Connect your curriculum to paintings, music, films, and other forms of art.
- Require students to examine material from two very different points of view.
- Let student inquiry guide a lesson.
- Create a system that allows students to skip material they have already mastered.
- Move faster.
- Comment on quality and effort, not just correctness.
- Give gifted students opportunities to struggle and persevere. Then talk about it. Don’t let them make it to college before they’re truly challenged.
- Teach about .
- Let students make choices about their work.
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