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  • Kyle Pearce

    Administrator
    August 12, 2020 at 6:46 am

    What a great reflection and massive journey over years of hard work! Awesome job!

    While applying the Curiosity Path is always more smooth in a face to face environment, the same elements can be used via synchronous and asynchronous experiences. Those in the Academy (learn.makemathmoments.com/academy-upgrade) can dive into the From A Distance course to see how the Curiosity Path and 3-Part Framework can be applied in an online model.

    As for spiralling, you must be Ok with not being able to do “everything” given the limitations of the remote learning models many folks are or will be in. I’d recommend getting those big ideas down on sticky notes and starting to organize content and determination what you MUST do (in your opinion) what would be GREAT to do… and what you MIGHT NOT do. This might help you ensure that priority is set on more important skills and concepts over less important ideas.

    Hope this helps!