3 Questions To Ask About Learning In Your School (12 Days of Ideas #7)
Happy Monday Dear Friends!
Today, I'd like us to look at our students and our classroom and reflect. Ask and answer 3 questions about what learning should be like in your school or classroom.
But that is not merely enough. It is important you consider why you answered the way you did. Are your reasons driven by personal preference or what's best for your students? And, whichever way you choose, do you walk that path or just aspire to?
I strongly encourage you to grab a piece of paper or a device, write the questions below down, and answer them as completely as possible. You'll find yourself a better educator upon completion.
Here we go:
1. What's more important: Asking Questions or Knowledge?
2. Should learning look Active and Messy or Calm and Predictable?
3. Should the focus be on Technology or the Human?
The wisdom is in you. Act accordingly.
You have the power to change the world. Use it often.