Readers of Faculty Focus are probably already familiar with backward design. Most readily connected with such researchers as Grant Wiggins, Jay McTighe, and Dee Fink, this approach to course construction asks faculty to initially ignore the specific content of a
Many high schools are already beginning course scheduling for the next academic year. And teens will often have several types of classes to choose from, including college-level classes such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and dual enrollment courses. [Discover the
“He who wishes to secure the good of others has already secured his own.” ~ Confucius A few years back, I made the decision to shift careers from school leadership to that of executive coach and consultant. To that end,
Every teacher already knows that each student learn differently from his or her peers. In the last couple of decades a theory emerged that a few key learning styles could explain and define some of those differences in how children
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