“A1. Watching students make progress is success to me, moving from achieving at one point to another” @andreachalifour
Often there is a false assumption that 1) play is not important for learning, and 2) play is for younger children. So, including high school students in learning-thru-play enriches teaching-learning process to a new level
This week #saskedchat did a bit of a stroll through the past as we explored some of the questions from past chats. Reaching back to 2015, we explored a variety of topics including classroom environment, assessment, technology, and teacher development. Participants shared resources, anecdotes, and responded to the questions by sharing from their experiences in the…
we need to be careful in decisions about classroom environment and ensure decisions are based on sound educational practices.
Schools have a unique opportunity to help students develop patience as they work toward mastery.
From the back, you can see things you don’t from the front. And, if you let the students lead the learning, you can see even more.
Learning to become better is about consistently seeking to improve.
As teachers, we need to be professional about the decisions we make about technology use. Planning for the learning is critical to success.
Teachers understand the need for change but they need time to emotionally transition. That is what makes change so difficult.
If we review our routines and practices, those habits, routines, and practices that no longer are blooming can be removed and we can encourage new ones to take their place.