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By Jonathon Medeiros “Question your most dearly held beliefs.” Puanani Burgess teaches this as a way to help us build community. Questioning our beliefs, especially those we hold most dear, helps us to understand why we believe what we do, helps us to discover when our beliefs need to change, when they are holding us … Continue reading Simple Formative Assessment
Mini-Modules. What are they? How do they differ from full length centered on issues? And why are my students saying that these were the most fun out of all the modules I taught this past year? All these questions are answered in this episode of The Teaching ERWC Podcast, where I talk with Nelson Graff … Continue reading Mini-Modules: Teaching for Transfer
By Marisol Puga As a student in my teaching credential program, I was involved in a heated debate in my Global Education course regarding the controversial question of “should teachers give out homework?” I, of course, vehemently argued that homework is necessary in order for the student to demonstrate the skills that they learned in … Continue reading Is Homework Too Late to Check for Understanding?
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