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Turn students into learning superheroes!
Like we see in the movies, no two superheroes learn to use their powers in the exact same way. Each of your students has superpowers hidden inside, and you hold the keys to unlock them. With this cutting-edge handbook, you'll turn your classroom into a place where students don't just receive an education—they use their powers to create it.
Discover specific, ready-to-use instructional journeys designed to foster an inquiry-based, student-driven learning environment. Each research-based journey: Supports one of the six student superpowers: Wondering, Curating, Designing, Digital Inking, Gaming, and Connecting; Encourages students to think deeply; as required by the CCSS and NGSS; Includes step-by-step lesson frameworks, aligned with the Common Core, that fit into your regular day
Tear through the obstacles of achievement ...
Chapter 11: More Readings: The Fab Five
More Readings: The Fab Five
Continuing the Journey
If you've reached the end of this text and you're still hungry for more, don't fret! There are many related resources that you can explore to help you transform your instruction so that students develop the superpowers needed for life and work. The titles that follow are some of our favorite, [Page 146]practical explanations for the research, theories, and methodologies that inspired the creation of this text!
1. Making Learning Whole by David Perkins
David Perkins, a member of Project Zero at Harvard, has closely studied the learning process for decades. This book is a fantastic, easy-to-understand summary of the research behind student-driven instruction. Through stories and examples, Perkins helps you prioritize the types of learning ...