The principal of a newly launched Project-Based Learning school recently asked me to deliver a demonstration lesson to a group of ninth-grade students while a team of teachers observed.
I have been teaching for 25 years to great acclaim so I’m used to quickly connecting with learners and engaging them in a meaningful, relevant, and informative experience. Not this time. Using any metric of engagement, my performance was a YouTube-worthy epic fail.
The experience prompted me to reflect on my performance. Had my skills waned? Were the techniques I used dated? Had the very nature of engagement changed?
I’ll save the first two…
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