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5 Simple Questions to Encourage Student Voice in the Classroom - The LAMP

Teach the Way They Learn: Changing our teaching style to meet the needs and interests of our students | An Everyday Story

Teach the Way They Learn: Changing our Teaching Style

Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions! #West Music #Inspires my Class

Thick & Thin questions: great strategy for teaching students that have difficulty with answering questions! I find these thin an thick questions valuable for my grade 2 class. It helps students really think deeply about a topic.

Pin 1. This pin depicts the principles, practices and outcomes in the Belonging, Being and Becoming; Early Years Learning Framework. Each of the principles, practices and outcomes support educators in providing quality education in the early childhood sector. Educators are able to use the framework as a guide when planning and programming activities and routines for children.

How Teachers Create Supportive Environments that take Social and Emotional Development into Consideration

How Does Learning Happen?

How Does Learning Happen?


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Inquiry-based learning is all about asking questions. Teachers do not lay out facts for the children so the learning process is smooth.

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