Classroom management is a tricky subject. It’s even trickier when attempting to give learners more voice and choice in a learner-centered classroom.
How can a teacher control the classroom without taking autonomy and freedom away from learners? This is a question I’ve kept coming back to this school year. Continue reading
Brace yourselves for a long post, folks. Now that I’ve shared some of the highlights of Genius Hour 2017, I wanted to explain my setup in-depth so others can use it as a template when trying out Genius Hour for themselves. Continue reading
Note: This series of posts is inspired by Larmer, Mergendoller, and Boss’s (2015) recently released book, Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning. It is a great book for anyone looking to get into or learn more about project/inquiry based learning. These posts are just a small sample of the pedagogical tools you will find inside. A full review will be up after this four-part series is complete. Continue reading