“The role of educators in the 21st century should be helping every student learn how to learn. It’s inspiring, creativity, encouraging collaboration, expecting, and rewarding critical thinking, and teaching children not only how to communicate, but also the power of effective communication. These are skills students need to develop in order to thrive in todaysand tomorrow’s dynamic workplace.” ~Hallerman, et al., 2019
Curriculum Mapping Scaffolds for Workplace Adaptation
Not in the Classroom? No Problem! PBS Learning Media offer Work-place mapping videos.
Loom Video Link: https://www.loom.com/share/028cfd9225c7462781eaa4ebb1057de3
The PBS Learning Media series has five workplace videos. All videos available for download.
“While it is critical that all children receive the support necessary to read at least at grade level, students who have achieved this goal must be challenged to continue developing advanced proficiencies. We would be remiss if we failed to make appropriate provisions to at-risk readers. We are equally remiss if we do not offer appropriate instructional differences that respond to the needs of gifted learners” ~ Dr. Bertie Kingore, 2002, p. 12
Kingore, B. (2002). Reading instruction for the primary gifted learner. Understanding Our Gifted, 12–15.
“In this life . . . only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you. Christ and the American soldier. One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.”
“Knowing students means more than merely acquiring social or administrative information—students’ names and ages, something about their friendship circles, a bit about their family backgrounds, a few statistics from their academic record. To maximize learning, we need to dig deeper than this superficial acquaintance.” ~William Powell & Ochan Kusuma~Powell