Putting Students at the Helm of their Learning
10th-12th Grade World History Teacher, Cadillac High School
Anne has taught high school world history for 15 years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and is a co-author for the MI Open Book Project.
How do we get students to make the most of their learning experience in the classroom? One way is by putting them at the helm and driving instruction through inquiry. Anne Koschmider takes us through three easy steps to create student-driven lessons in the classroom. By starting with a compelling question and guiding students through the inquiry process, students will begin to take ownership of their learning and may just surprise you with their thoughtfulness.
When: 06/03/2020 - 9:11pm
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