Essentials For Achieving Rigor 4
By Scott Sterling The more rigorous college and career readiness standards, on which most states are embarking, universally call for students to have a deeper interaction with knowledge. It’s not enough to simply remember things—they have to be able to use new knowledge effectively in order to achieve goals, such as making strong arguments and […]
Everyone needs to be on the same page, knowing what’s expected of them. By: Scott Sterling, Learning Sciences International As we’ve stated before, the primary goal of the learning sciences teacher blog is to foster a community of teachers that help each other strive toward college and career readiness. We might broach the subjects, but […]
To know what success looks like, you need the right goal. By: Scott Sterling, Learning Sciences International Many schools require teachers to post or write their learning goals on the board before each class. Some want those goals in kid-friendly language; others don’t care if you copy the standard’s text word-for-word (obviously students will hardly […]
By Scott Sterling This might be the most intensive time in the history of education. It’s a perfect storm of political mandates, changes in standards, and scrutiny over the profession of teaching. From all of these fronts, teachers are expected to make their instruction more rigorous and foster 21st century skills like collaboration, critical thinking, […]
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