Use "Teach for Understanding" Principles

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1. Essential Concept Lessons

1.1. Need to Know Topics

1.1.1. Expand

1.1.2. Extend

1.1.3. Connect

1.2. Leave out the 'fluff'

2. Independent Application

2.1. Critical Thinking

2.2. Problem Solving

2.3. Teachers as Coaches

2.3.1. Be Up Front about Goals

2.3.2. Give Students a WHY

2.4. Technology

2.5. Inquiry Based Learning

3. Project Based Learning

3.1. What the Heck is PBL?

3.2. Genius Hour

3.3. Buck Institute

3.3.1. Key Knowledge, Understanding & Success Skills

3.3.1.1. Student Focused

3.3.1.2. Standards Based

3.3.2. Challenging Questions

3.3.3. Sustained Inquiry

3.3.3.1. Rigorous

3.3.3.2. Extended Process

3.3.4. Authentic

3.3.4.1. Real-World Connections

3.3.5. Student Voice & Choice

3.3.5.1. Reflect

3.3.5.2. Revise

3.3.5.3. Critique

3.3.6. Public Product

3.4. Reimagine the Classroom

4. Check for Understanding

4.1. Before Learning/Teaching Happens

4.2. Standards for Assessment

4.2.1. Rubrics

4.2.2. Feedback

4.3. Quick Understanding Checks

4.3.1. 27 Quick Ways to Check for Understanding

4.3.2. 90 Second Assessments

5. Learning Principles

5.1. Prior Knowledge

5.2. Metacognition

5.3. Acknowledge Differences

5.4. Motivate

5.5. Learning Communities

6. Curricula and Instruction