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Behind Their Eyes - making thinking visible is not enough
Walk into any classroom and watch the breakneck pace at which teachers are working hard to help students learn. Mind you, if we don’t uncover what students are thinking while learning, they may be running down the wrong path. OK, so we need ways to make student thinking visible. Seeing their thinking is important, but we also need to create the time and space for teachers to absorb, reflect, and act on what their students thinking reveals. This workshop will share strategies both for making student thinking visible and for creating time and space for teachers to meaningfully act on what they learn about what’s going on behind their eyes.