What we believe matters.
Whether we are talking about our choice of restaurants, the cars we drive, the shoes we wear, or the sports team we cheer for on game day, our beliefs drive our actions. Many of these beliefs, our favorite sports teams for example, can drive our actions to an extreme
Can I explicitly teach knowledge and skills in my inquiry-based classroom? Do I need to frontload everything before my students can be successful in our inquiry? Knowing that learning through inquiry is the basis of a three-dimensional Concept-Based Literacy classroom, teachers often wonder about the
Schmoker (2007) shares a quote related to PBL that is typically held up as an example of the model teacher making the changes necessary for students to be competitive in the Unites States:
He [a teacher] is always innovating. He has initiated interdisciplinary teaching, heavy use of technology, hands-on activities, and