Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences (Solutions) (Prepare Students with the Analytical Facilities They Will Need in College and the Workplace) ... for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms) by William M. Ferriter

Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences (Solutions) (Prepare Students with the Analytical Facilities They Will Need in College and the Workplace) ... for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms)

Book Title: Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences (Solutions) (Prepare Students with the Analytical Facilities They Will Need in College and the Workplace) ... for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms)

Publisher: Solution Tree

ISBN: 1942496311

Author: William M. Ferriter


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William M. Ferriter with Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences (Solutions) (Prepare Students with the Analytical Facilities They Will Need in College and the Workplace) ... for Digital Learner-centered Classrooms)

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Students are modern learners, impatient with education that makes them feel uninvolved, so teachers need to reshape traditional classrooms to give modern students opportunities to exercise choice in their curriculum and demonstrate their intellectual faculty. Motivate and inspire students to learn at high levels. By bringing meaningful work to the classroom, students will develop curiosity, become actively engaged, and have a sense of purpose for their education. Discover strategies and tips for reshaping the traditional classroom environment to give modern students opportunities to exercise choice in their curriculum, master skills, and demonstrate what they've learned.


Benefits
-Examine research and opinions from students and educators on which areas of education should be altered.
-Explore the work schools have done with project-based learning, and review what students have accomplished with microlending school projects.
-Discover the tenets of high-quality project-based learning and the impact they have on academic growth.
-Consider the advantages and disadvantages of microlending.
-Use reproducible rubrics, questions, and reflection tools to prepare students with the analytical facilities they will need in college and the workplace.


Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1: Here s What I Mean by Doing Work That Matters
Chapter 2: Microlending as an Example of Doing Work That Matters
Chapter 3: Purpose-Driven Blogging as an Example of Doing Work That Matters
Chapter 4: Making School Different
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