Tim Kubik (@Kubikhan)
2/8/13 6:14 AM
Schools Need to Invest in More than Words to Tap STEM’s Transformative Powers #cdwedtechmagazine.com/k12/
what if the use of school math.. is exactly what this video is talking about...
perhaps not even about making..
but listening.. the simple is already there... just begs for us to lean in and listen
|Sheryl NussbaumBeach (@snbeach)|
2/8/13 6:16 AM
Searching for PBL experts to help yr school? Look down the hall, says @brendasherry bit.ly/WGUznl#plpnetwork #aisinetwork
This is the drama teacher’s struggle: listening, watching, setting up situations that will foreshadow the direction of the journey, knowing when to intervene, when to use a particular strategy to open up discussion, to move the students into action, to cause them to pause, to reflect, to rethink, and all this without predetermining the learning, the content, the meat of the lesson.
and all this without predetermining the learning, the content, the meat of the lessonand all this without predetermining the learning, the content, the meat of the lessonand all this without predetermining the learning, the content, the meat of the lesson
great post - great insight.. i just think we're missing something huge here..
krishnamurti - partial freedom is no freedom..
It’s crucial that they sometimes play the role of ‘student’ in order to do this modeling of what learning looks like
i wonder about sometimes..? can it not be all the time?
[does this bug me because i suck at it?]
Authentic projects can bring students into “being and doing” as they personally connect to curriculum.
they are the curriculum.. new.. everyday.. no?
interesting to quote papert.. then miss some of his most profound words..
it's not about fitting kid to curriculum...it's about finding/facilitating curriculum within each person..
i'm thinking that's how we re missing breathtakingnes..
and it's ginormously huge.
partial freedom is no freedom..
we wind up with people upset about the conditions shared in the video above
i don't know.
The work of the arts is never quite finished, and reflection is a constant part of the process. Imagine rich portfolios of students’ work as scientists, historians or mathematicians, expanding and demonstrating increasing mastery throughout their years at school.
the it is me...
and- imagine if none of it was focussed on proof.. it was just a trail of a life fully lived
|Greg Satell (@Digitaltonto)|
2/8/13 6:08 AM
Why Our Numbers Are Always Wrongp.ost.im/p/dk6VuT
Andrea Zellner (@AndreaZellner)
2/8/13 6:07 AM
Your Massively Open Offline College Is Brokenzite.to/14VwMol #highered
|- Jeff Goldstein (@doctorjeff)|
2/8/13 6:05 AM
When quiet heroes step to the plate ... mountains move. -dj #edchat#teacher #parent
Karl Fisch (@karlfisch)
2/7/13 4:46 PM
RT @denbizjournal: Kaiser Permanente investing $3 million to improve Colorado school health. Funds used 2 measure & track health of students
interesting use of 3 mill.. tracking and measuring.. rather than preventing.. perhaps.. i don't know enough to say
http://blogs.hbr.org/hbr/hbreditors/2013/01/eight_brilliant_minds_on_the_f.html via Eric