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  • 1. Good Teachers Becomes Less Important Dr. Bernard Bull
  • 2. True & False “Good Teachers Become Less Important”
  • 3. From Fish Distribution to Fishing Lessons: Come explore 10 simple ways that you can help your students progress toward independence and self-directed learning.
  • 4. Weapons of Mass Instruction - John Taylor Gatto - John Taylor Gatto 1. Define problems without a guide. 2. Ask hard questions which challenge prevailing assumptions. 3. Work in teams without guidance. 4. Work absolutely alone. 5. Persuade others that your course is the right one. 6. Discuss issues and techniques in public with an eye to reaching decisions about policy. 7. Conceptualize and reorganize information into new patterns. 8. Pull what you need quickly from masses of irrelevant data. 9. Think inductively, deductively, and dialectically. 10. Attack problems heuristically.
  • 5. for a Long Time - Learning In Depth - Learning In Depthhttp://etale.org/main/2013/07/19/depth-over-bre
  • 6. 2. Create “My” Learning Journal
  • 7. 3. Have Students Enroll in and Complete a MOOC
  • 8. 4. Have Students Develop a Personal Learning Network A personal learning network is an informal learning network that consists of the people a learner interacts with and derives knowledge from in a personal learning environment. - from the academic resource known as Wikipedia
  • 9. 5. Have Students Find a Problem, Solve it, & Report Back to the Class
  • 10. 6. Flip the Class Step Three is the Key Step Three is the Key
  • 11. 7. The Student- Led Flipped Lesson
  • 12. 8. Require Study Groups / Teams
  • 13. 9. “How I Did It” Show and Tell
  • 14. 10. Teach the “Vocation” of Student

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