Creating dynamic feedback loops that inform learning by making student thinking visible.
Encouraging students to think by creating a classroom where ideas matter, where students find the big idea in multiple sources, and where time is provided for thinking practice.
Encouraging student discourse and deepen their understanding by setting the tone, relinquishing control in the classroom, and by asking questions that meet students where they are
Creating a question-driven K-5 Classroom by incorporating “Quick Questioning” activities throughout the school day.
Creating thoughtful and compassionate students by engaging them in the activity of philosophy
Incorporating reflective learning in the classroom in ways that encourage disciplined thinking.