How to Develop Students to Own What They are Learning

Introduction To ensure students demonstrate an increase in ownership of learning, authors Crowe and Kennedy focus on practices in curriculum by using Strategic Learning Practices,…

What is the Look And Sound of Student Ownership?

Share on Social Media pinterest linkedin Student Ownership Student ownership is defined as a mindset, according to Robert Crowe and Jane Kennedy, authors of Developing…

What You Need to Know Two Components in Path to Rigor

Introduction The Path to Rigor has two components-complexity and autonomy. This is according to authors Carla Moore, Michael D Toth, and Robert J Marzano, The…

6 Ways to Make Thinking Visible A Powerful Practice

Share on Social Media pinterest linkedin The 6 Ways to Make Thinking Visible A Powerful Practice are, according to Ron Ritchhart and Mark Church authors…

What You Need to Know Standards Based Planning

Share on Social Media pinterest linkedin Introduction Standards Based Planning Process includes planning lessons and units built on standards, and creating assessments that measure student…

2 Excellent Thinking Tools that Promote Higher Literacy

Thinking tools are cognitive strategies, including planning and goal-setting, tapping prior knowledge, making connections, forming interpretations, reflecting, and evaluating that experienced readers and writers used…

3 Effective Ways to Help Students Achieve Criteria for Success

Share on Social Media pinterest linkedin Moss and Brookhart, authors of Learning Target, give 2 classroom scenarios on sharing learning target: Mrs. Thompson: Today we…

Raise Trajectory of Student Learning in 4 Steps

Share on Social Media pinterest linkedin I am sure many of you (teachers) including myself remember being asked to write a lesson objective on the…
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