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Napkin Academy | Learn to solve any problem with a simple picture CMME: Dynamic early music editions: About Dumbing Us Down - The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling 1. Confusion: I teach too much, and everything that I teach is out of context. The orbiting of planets, the law of large numbers, slavery, adjectives, architectural drawing, dance, assemblies, etc. Editors note: I have met countless college graduates whose heads are filled with volumes of academic jumble, but who cannot focus, live under constant stress, can't make a decent income, and can't maintain a stable relationship with a member of the opposite sex. 2.Class Position: I teach students that they must remain in the class into which they were born, the class where they belong. 3. 4.Emotional Dependency: By using stars and red checks; smiles and frowns; prizes and punishments; or honors and disgraces, I force children to become emotionally dependent upon my praise.
Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions This process explicitly validates all students’ intellectual abilities.– High School History Teacher, New York The reasons behind their questions often bowl me over with their sincerity, the fact that [they] really want to know the answers because it’s important to them, or they feel it would be important for others to know.– 4th Grade Teacher, Chicago The ability to produce questions, improve questions and prioritize questions may be one of the most important—yet too often overlooked—skills that a student can acquire in their formal education. Strong critical thinking is often grounded in the questions we ask. By deliberately teaching questioning skills, we will be facilitating a process that will help students develop a mental muscle necessary for deeper learning, creativity and innovation, analysis, and problem solving. Join the Movement: Make Question Formulation a part of Every Child’s EducationGet Involved » Are We Asking the Right Questions.
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Resource-Based Learning Lisa Campbell, Paula Flageolle, Shann Griffith, Catherine Wojcik Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, University of Georgia Review of Resource-Based Learning Introduction Scenario Mr. Mr. Mr. At this point, he turned his attention to audiovisual materials that could enhance the unit and pulled several videos from the media center shelves. When it was time to introduce the materials to the learners, Mr. The following week, Mr. Using these resources, the class spent the next few weeks conducting research on their topics. At the end of the unit, each student had developed a small PowerPoint slide show depicting an aspect of the Civil War that was of personal interest. In another fourth grade class, Ms. What is Resource-Based Learning? The Civil War unit planned by Mr. Traditionally, resource-based learning has been used to supplement more instructivistic teaching methods. What, then, is resource-based learning? Implementing Resource-Based Learning Figure 1.