9 Strategies to Scaffold for Students Deeper Learning

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January 14, 2014

Similar to the a visual I posted here entitled "27 Ways to Check Students Comprehension", Mia from an Ethicalisalnd has recently created and shared this new wonderful infographic featuring 9 strategies to scaffold for deeper learning. These strategies are based on asking students driving questions that stimulate their thinking and trigger them to delve deeper to find answers. However, for this appraoch to work well in class, teachers need to meticulously craft their questions.  Question posing is a skill in and of itself and the more focused and target are the questions the higher chance of eliciting more learning.

What I like the most about Mia's approach to scaffolding for deeper comprehension is that it includes drawinf tasks to push students to think visually and  represent their learning through visual productions. I invite you to have a look and share with your colleagues

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