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  • Vanessa Weske

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    August 11, 2021 at 2:50 pm

    I think with this style of lesson it does a lot of beneficial things. It encourages depth of learning over breadth. It connects learning and builds experiences that students can continue to reference. It encourages problem-solving and builds in group work and discourse (and vocab by extension). It is low-floor/high-ceiling so students can enter the task in multiple ways and the discussion style honors individual, creative thinking.