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February 10, 2010

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Brian Kuhn

I like your example here. By your description, it appears that the technology is embedded for the students to use to discover, share, and learn. The teacher walking about, guiding, helping, etc. Students helping / teaching each other. Connecting to "experts" outside the classroom. Demonstrating their learning using the IWB. Nice.

I'm curious though, how much direct instruction does the teacher provide. I found with my own kids (boys) who attended a self-directed high school that math was the toughest for them to self-direct their learning. Is your description here typical or was this a special day? Also, is the teacher guiding the students through a set curriculum?

Tamon


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