K12 Lesson Strategies – Three Easy Tweaks   Leave a comment

Today the K12 education world has tons of experts analyzing and measuring infinite nuisances.  There are plenty of learning theories old and new. Students face a raft of assessments to supposedly measure what they have learned or are capable of learning. Yet, every school day the fact remains, there is a teacher in a classroom – doing the trench work – to carve out learning in the lives of students.  I’ve been there and I’ve done that successfully.  Being a K12 teacher is an unforgettable experience and an awesome responsibility. Here are three easy and simple tweaks that can be done in any classroom, around the world and in any language, to expose learning opportunities and shape lifelong learning skills in the future leaders of our world.

The three easy tweaks are here:
http://www.educationreporting.com/article-K12lessonsStrategies.php

Have a great weekend, Jack

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Posted April 3, 2009 by Jack in 1

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