Tag Archives: questioning
One Way to Improve Your Teaching
Sometimes I am asked what is the most important part of teaching effectively or what is the one thing that I’d recommend for people to try. Unfortunately, I don’t believe the question can be answered. There is no single thing … Continue reading
What should we flip?
My last post had some criticism of the flipped classroom. David Cox, Frank Noschese and I were discussing the nuances on twitter and each had an important insight. David noted that the better flip described in my example lesson is … Continue reading
Pseudoteaching with Demos
Pseudoteaching was a concept I have understood and been wary of for a long time. However, only recently was I able to put a name to the phenomena thanks to a conversation I had with Frank Noschese. This post is … Continue reading
Why education cannot move forward.
We in education have been stuck in a rut for a very very long time. We are constantly bombarded with educational fads that hold very little merit. We fall prey to entrepreneurs out to make a dollar. We are dazzled … Continue reading
The Stillness of Chaos…
Organized chaos. This phrase is how I often envision my classroom. Today, we accomplished a lot. We developed a list of questions to research, introduced the collaborative blog project, discussed classroom management, questioning strategies, motivation, wait time I and wait … Continue reading