Looking for wisdom from the Master Teacher, Melissa considers His Parable of the Sower. Or should it be called the Parable of the Soils…or even Ears?
As our conversation about learner ownership comes to a close, we have some questions for you. In particular, how do you take ownership of your teaching?
This week we look at learner ownership in our classroom conversations. Refining our use of questions might encourage learners to take more ownership.
Melissa starts our new series with a bit of humor. Then, over the next few weeks, we’ll consider learner ownership from different perspectives, including the Master Teacher’s.
We’re starting a new series today focused on designing and implementing activities. Melissa starts us off with some comparisons between involvement, engagement, and empowerment.
It’s week 7, and we’re exploring ways to collaborate with colleagues toward growth as a teacher. It’s our final step toward professional development…in this cycle, but the journey is ongoing.
It’s week 6, and we’re talking about feedback. Specifically, we’re talking about you inviting your mentor to give you feedback and showing how both of you can overcome any affective concerns.