The Pedagogy Project

Let’s improve learning one slide at a time!

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Please add your slide to this Google Doc !

My goal with this project is to gather global exemplars of what pedagogy looks like and sounds like in effective 21st century learning environments. This project will be organized into five areas of teaching.  I believe that change will happen in small chunks.  Just like good teaching and coaching, chunking skills for educators can result in mastery little by little.  My hope is that change will be less overwhelming and paralyzing for educators if they see exemplars in smaller chunks.  They will feel confident and say “Hey, I can do this…”.

The slide should include a picture or document or video, link, etc. of a great example in the areas below.  Please also include the age/ grade level for your exemplar and your twitter handle.

Area 1: Formative Assessment

What formative assessments do you use for 21st century learning such as:
  • inquiry-based learning
  • student self-directed projects
  • writing using contemporary literacy
    tools such as blogging
  • …etc., etc. ?

Area 2:  Collaborative Culture and Routines

How do you establish an effective collaborative culture and set of routines for 21st century learning?

Area 3:  Planning

What are some examples of effective planning or planning tools you use for 21st century learning?

Area 4:  Evidence of Learning

How do you know the students have mastered the intended outcomes of learning?

Area 5: Interventions and Inclusion

How do you engage all students in the learning?

What strategies and/or tools do you use to assist students with different learning needs?

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About Maureen Schlemko

Principal, literacy specialist, instructional leader and coach passionate about connected leading & learning and inspiring others!

Posted on November 18, 2011, in Change, Leadership, Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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