Teaching Your Students to Be the Creators and Controllers of Their Learning
AP World History Teacher
Judith Jeremie received her doctorate in education at St. John’s University and is a teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School. She has taught at the high school level for 10 years, specializing in AP World History and US History courses. In addition, she is a Social Studies Curriculum Writer for the New York City Department of Education.
What might happen if you gave your students more control over their learning? It’s a scary thought because it means we would have to relinquish control. We would have to act as the learning guide in the classroom, rather than the content and skills expert. While it might be terrifying to do so, the reward is having your students feel as though they have ownership of their learning and it teaches them to be inquisitive learners both inside and outside of the classroom.
When: 07/18/2020 - 12:00am
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