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Taking a Modern Approach to Project-Based Learning At the onset of this pandemic, many teachers were encouraged to begin utilizing project-based learning with their now online students. As a ten-year practitioner of project-based learning, I was shocked. If you’ve never done project-based learning before, trying it out during a pandemic didn’t quite seem like the right timing. Nevertheless, the idea was out there and I was determined to find a way to make it work not only for myself, but so that I could educate others on how to do it, in the event that this virtual-hybrid crazy teaching scenario continued. From my experiences in the spring, I identified my biggest struggle was timing: students were all over the place in the project and I was constantly delivering the same mini lessons each week or finding videos online to send to my students so we could all be working on and learning different lessons at the same time. Never heard of a modern classroom?
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How to Be an Anti-racist Teacher I have seen some of these very same students walk into another teacher’s classroom, go to the last row of desks, and put their head down. I have seen them sit frozen in their seat, staring at an assignment—when earlier I had heard them make jokes, talk excitedly about the content of their history class, celebrate solving a vexing algebra equation, or shake a test tube with authority, waiting for a result. Their report cards often reveal this disparity in classroom experiences: A’s and B’s in classes where they feel valued and C’s, D’s, or even F’s in classes where they don’t. Mindshift: How Culturally Relevant Teaching Can Build Relationships While Students Are Home Teachers submitted resources and lesson plans relevant to the times and students' experiences. There were resources on understanding the virus and how to interpret pandemic data. Coronavirus brought renewed attention to systemic racism because of the way Black, Indigenous and Latino people died from the infection at disproportionate rates.
Publications — Modern Classrooms Project ★ “The Lecture-Less Classroom.” Modern Classroom Fellow Moira Mazzi explains how eliminating a start-of-class lecture from her teaching practice makes learning more efficient — and reduces the stress on students and teachers alike! (Next Generation Learning Challenges, December 2, 2019) “It’s Never Too Late to Innovate: Why November is the Perfect Time for Educators to Refine Their Practice.”
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