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Argument Driven Inquiry-  The overall objective of this project is to continue the development and refinement process of a new instructional model that will enable more students to develop science proficiency. The intent of this new instructional model, which is called Argument-Driven Inquiry or ADI, is to help students learn important science content, practices, and habits of mind by engaging them in more authentic and educative laboratory experiences.

Argument Driven Inquiry- The overall objective of this project is to continue the development and refinement process of a new instructional model that will enable more students to develop science proficiency. The intent of this new instructional model, which is called Argument-Driven Inquiry or ADI, is to help students learn important science content, practices, and habits of mind by engaging them in more authentic and educative laboratory experiences.

Studying is a part of life, and not just during school. Sure, students have to spend much more time hitting the books than the average adult, but studying is always there. While it can be tedious to spend a lot of time studying, knowing how to do it can make all the difference. You might as…

Studying Doesn’t Have To Be a Struggle If You Do It Right

Studying is a part of life, and not just during school. Sure, students have to spend much more time hitting the books than the average adult, but studying is always there. While it can be tedious to spend a lot of time studying, knowing how to do it can m

The guiding force in my TAB studio program is the Studio Habits of Mind (SHoM) from  Studio Thinking 2: The Real Benefits of Visual Arts...

The guiding force in my TAB studio program is the Studio Habits of Mind (SHoM) from Studio Thinking The Real Benefits of Visual Arts.

(Elliott Seif is a member of the Understanding by Design cadre and a contributor to Educational Leadership. You can find this blog and others, along with numerous resources, that promote...

The current requirement that public and charter school students demonstrate their proficiency through standardized, top down tests has in many schools narrowed the curriculum, increased sterile.

Successful online students share their secrets for getting the most from online classes, focusing on time management, active participation, and practice

John Seely Brown has been very influential in the Learning Sciences. His thinking on social learning, learning as doing, and learning and technology have fundamentally shaped a lot of the work we do.

As we read articles or attend conferences about educational innovation, we find sayings loaded with assumptions which may have been circulating for years without being further examined. Let me start with my top ten list, as an instructional designer and educational technologist, and I hope this can sparkle some thoughts about similar myths you might have heard.

Paul Collard, CEO of Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE), explains how to test and measure creative learning and teaching.

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