Monthly Archives: May 2012

Framework for Teaching: The Power of Science for Engagement

I recently had the chance to share with students completing their student teaching some of the things I have garnered throughout my career that have served to inform my teaching. It was satisfying to be able to pull together these … Continue reading

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Framework for Teaching: The Power of Questions

I recently had the chance to share with students completing their student teaching some of the things I have garnered throughout my career that have served to inform my teaching. It was satisfying to be able to pull together these … Continue reading

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Framework for Teaching: The Adventure Belongs to Them

I recently had the chance to share with students completing their student teaching some of the things I have garnered throughout my career that have served to inform my teaching. It was satisfying to be able to pull together these … Continue reading

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Framework for Teaching: Know Yourself

I recently had the chance to share with students completing their student teaching some of the things I have garnered throughout my career that have served to inform my teaching. It was satisfying to be able to pull together these … Continue reading

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Transcending the Discipline

I remember a pivotal experience in my professional development. In the late 80’s I attended a “Minnesota Educational Effectiveness Program (MEEP)” institute in which Seymour Papert delivered the keynote address. Papert, an MIT professor/scientist and creator of Logo computer language, … Continue reading

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