How might we help learners synthesize important computer science topics (including vocabulary, structures, and techniques) using Foldables? How might these three-dimensional graphic organizers help learners consolidate their learning, while also providing effective notes for later reference? 700 more words
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Read The Case for Comprehensible Input at https://www.languagemagazine.com/2017/07/case-for-comprehension/#%2EWW-4_wreE1c%2Elinkedin
Teacher evaluation is about relationships and learning, not about scores
Long ago, I co-wrote a policy paper advocating for a teacher evaluation system that acknowledges that evaluation is a conversation that requires the context of a professional learning community, with input not only from the administration, but furthermore one’s peers. 792 more words
In episode 12 of We Teach Languages, Stacey interviews Laurel Abreu about a class she teaches that explores racial and linguistic diversity in Spanish, about a 2016 paper she wrote on teaching racial diversity, and about her own journey to grow as a teacher and become more aware of difference. 188 more words
A learner-centered syllabus can take many forms, but often includes shared decision-making, a rationale for course objectives and tips for staying on track.