Making Standards Transparent Encourages Students

When we make the standards and objectives transparent for students, we empower them to be active in our learning choices as well. I have found that when students know what the previous year’s standard is and where we were headed in our learning, they are eager to co-construct our learning. Students care about being able to demonstrate what they know because they understand the journey. This kind of transparency also makes it much easier for students to advocate for themselves and explain why a particular project will help them show their progress in a way that makes sense for them.


Let’s play! Transforming My Teaching to Match My Students Miranda Salguero

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 How to Teach with Games
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  O'Malley, Conor and Salguero, Miranda (2016), How to Teach with Games, Retrieved on 2017-03-15
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