- How do you increase the quality of discussions in the classroom?
- Why do instructors over-rely on PowerPoint and what can be done instead?
- Why is it more challenging than ever to teach college?
- Why are lesson objectives written for you–and not for students?
I answer these four questions posed by top education consultant and bestselling author Doug Lemov on his blog, Teach Like a Champion. Your thoughts in the comments section are very much welcome!
Read the article HERE.
Helpful stuff! Especially your suggestions about running effective discussions. Sometimes it’s hard to keep students focused on the topic at hand, so I love the idea about posting questions visibly and constantly pointing back to it. I would also love to hear more about how to develop discussions skills, something that’s not easy to do. Thanks!
Cathy, I’m developing a post specifically about running discussions effectively, so keep an eye out! Thanks.
Super helpful, Norman! Thank you!!