Here’s a reading assignment: Erika McWilliam’s “From Sage to Guide to Meddler.” This paper discuses how we can get in the middle of our students’ learning, creating productive struggle by allowing kids to sit in their own confusion longer than they might like.
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When you’re planning a task that for a wide range of students, the terms “floor” and “ceiling” are easy shortcuts to increase the range of success for all kids.
Why you should stop looking for “real world” application and instead aim for “interesting.” The real world is often tedious and annoying. Interesting never is.
My favorite education blogger, Dan Meyer, compiled presentation advice from 14 of his favorite presenters. Give it a read! Also, check out my free booklet on giving better presentations. And, if you’d like to invest a little money, I’d recommend Garr Reynolds’ The Naked Presenter.