differentiated-instruction



Sharing the “Why?”

Yesterday, we recorded a radio show where students discussed their answers to different questions for Multiple Choice Mondays. Students from my class and my teaching partner’s class both joined in… Read more »



Worth the Wait

Effective questioning is the foundation on which learning occurs, and the forum, in which, risk-taking evolves. Creating the right atmosphere for students to think, process and share is ultimately based… Read more »



The Windsor

Yesterday, I began to teach my son how to tie a double Windsor knot. I say “began” because, as with many children who display special or alternate needs, learning even small… Read more »



A Different Kind of Bright, Part 1: Liam

Liam is a puzzle kid. Given the right circumstances, he can demonstrate his learning and thinking quite admirably — and not just within the bottom categories of Bloom’s Taxonomy… When… Read more »

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