|Aug 21, 2020|
This week explores what is taught and learned in schools.
Not sure about the relevance of your textbook or other teaching materials? Check out this process for critically examining your curriculum resources.
High school students are demanding schools teach more Black history, include more Black authors (Hannah Natanson, The Washington Post)
Regie Routman shares in this post for MiddleWeb the importance of trust to help students learn. Lots of practical ideas for starting the school year.
When developing curriculum, what if we started with questions instead of standards? I explored this idea, prompted by a controlled burn, in this post.
The first of four sessions for Create Your Ideal Curriculum was published yesterday. (subscribers only)
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