Teaching Complex Thinking: A Wicked Problem

What are some challenges that educators consider solvable, complex, or unsolvable? The New Media Consortium (NMC) is an organization researching media, and technologies for education. The NMC and another organization, EDUCAUSE, share their research each year by publishing a Horizon Report. The Horizon Report identifies trends, challenges and technologies for Higher Education. These questions and similar inquiries regarding technology are extensively… Read More Teaching Complex Thinking: A Wicked Problem

(Part 3 – HOW) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression

HOW – we used Visible Thinking Routines to Learn about our Problem As a reminder this is three part blog, that clearly demonstrates the correlation between innovative questioning (via Warren Berger’s A More Beautiful Question), and how it is adapted and transferred into a school setting.  – if you are just joining me check out… Read More (Part 3 – HOW) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression

(Part 2 – What if) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression

What if …. We study Mathematical Practices? Thanks for reading! As a reminder this is three part blog, that clearly demonstrates the correlation between innovative questioning (via Warren Berger’s A More Beautiful Question), and how it is adapted and transferred into a school setting.  – Check out part 1 WHY if you are just joining… Read More (Part 2 – What if) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression

(Part 1 – WHY) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression

I want to summarize the connection between Warren Berger’s inquiry progression, and my experience with the Professional Learning Community (PLC) process. I plan to clearly explain their similar progression to better understanding a complex problem. This will be a three part blog, that clearly demonstrates the correlation between innovative questioning, and how it is adapted… Read More (Part 1 – WHY) The PLC process through the eyes of the “Why – What if – How” progression