I’ll admit it, I eat my fair share of chocolate. But, only dark chocolate so it’s healthy, right? Anyway, I opened a Dove chocolate before sitting down to write this post. Dorothy from Louisiana must be on the same wavelength as I am. Her quote inside the wrapper read, “The magic is in the mess.”
All learners deserve the opportunity to own their learning. They take this ownership when they have input into the what or the how of instruction. The more choice you offer students, the more they will embrace the learning. With technology integration, we no longer need to rely on the teacher as the sole expert in
I love this chart, created by Tony Borash, and adapted from Henrico County’s Teaching Innovation Progression (TIP) Chart: I use the TIP Chart when working with teachers on increasing student-driven learning via best practices surrounding technology infusion. Here are a few snippets from recent visits at the Bill R. Johnson CTE Center in Crowley ISD.