[Cross Posted on Experiments in Learning by Doing]
A new definition of strength: Can we learn together? What if we collaborate, ask for feedback, and lean in to leverage expertise and perspective of others?
If we truly believe in communication, collaboration, and the other C’s, how are we – as lead learners – modeling and taking action?
<Note the timestamps in the following communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving.>
“Hear” snippets of Nicole’s thoughts as she is developing the assessment shown above:
- I’m writing a mathematics unit for a grade level that I have never taught to learn, to help my team, to help our young learners.
- This is hard.
- I’m trying to model backwards design unit planning (Grant Wiggins hung the moon, most recently evidenced by his math blog post today). Stage 2 (How will I know when they have learned it?) must come before Stage 3 (the learning plan). Teachers should have access to the assessments…
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