Children Have the Right to… : Common Assignment 3 (LDC Module) For Teachers
This is the LDC Module section (for teachers) of Children Have a Right to…, a unit that helps students refine their ability to successfully argue a claim using logical reasoning, evidence, and explanations collected from credible resources — all in the context of children’s rights. For easy use, files are available in PDF and Word.
Elizabeth Dogget remembers how hard it was to personalize instruction to meet student needs while she was student teaching. “It was really difficult to track where my students were on their progress towards meeting a learning objective and giving them timely feedback,” she recalls. “Often I would take a bunch of stuff home over the weekend, but by the time I got through giving them all feedback, it would be too late for them to make meaningful changes.”
When many of us think of “tutoring”, we picture the “homework help” model, where a student brings assignments for a tutor to coach them through. However, this type of model is not what every student needs to deeply learn new concepts. In fact, an effective tutoring program often looks very different.
Dec 15, 2020
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