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a.k.a. Starting Higher on Bloom’s Taxonomy In my science courses I am working on re-framing the current curriculum into an inquiry framework. Often, the emphasis in planning & instruction is placed on the acquisition of background knowledge with higher order … Continue reading
“Teachers need professional development because the job of teaching is so difficult, so complex, that one lifetime is not enough to master it.” Dylan Wiliam I am currently reading Dylan Wiliam’s recent book Embedded Formative Assessment which embodies a thirty-five-year … Continue reading