Learning Styles - Steve Barkley

Craftsmanship, Feedback, and Reflection (Part 2)

In part 1 of this blog, I explored the concepts of craftsmanship and reflection that were generated from viewing a video from Learning Pioneers that featured a conversation with Ron […]

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Craftsmanship, Feedback, and Reflection (Part 1)

Learning Pioneers, an online learning network for educator collaboration and learning, featured a video conversation with Ron Berger and Trevor MacKenzie exploring craftsmanship, feedback and reflection. I have previously had […]

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What do students learn from school and classroom management practices?

Watching a video presentation by Dr. Carla Shalaby, I was introduced to the concept of a classroom management curriculum. Dr. Shalaby is the coordinator of social justice initiatives and community […]

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Reminder: Teach Students the Learning Production Behaviors

When I am discussing backwards planning and stressing that students cause student learning outcomes through the execution of student learning production behaviors, I reinforce that we need to assess if […]

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Generating Long Term Increased Learning

I found this diagram in a white paper from NWEA, titled From Survive to Thrive: Why partnership is an Essential for School Improvement. Citing a research study from the Annenberg […]

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Visibly Random Groups for Student-to-Student Interaction

“We need to ensure that classrooms are filled with dialogue and not a monologue.” That statement appears in Grades K-12 Rebound (Fisher, Frey, Smith, Hattie) in the chapter on “recovering […]

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