Active learning for all

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If you have ever seen me present, you know that I talk a LOT about the need for an active and student-centered classroom. Creating spaces where students are meaning-makers who get to talk, share, interact, and problem-solve is a great way to support diverse group of learners. The most traditional classrooms are a challenge for many students with disabilities, but learning spaces that allow students to learn from peers, ask questions as they go, and address individual goals in the context of classroom lessons work well for all. If this is a point that you have been trying to make to your colleagues or staff, you will want to take a quick peek at this post on convincing reluctant teachers at Frank Noschese’s science teaching blog Action-Reaction.

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