Tuesday, October 7, 2014
I usually post regarding student meta-cognition, but today, I am posting this for teachers to think about the process they go through to scaffold student's learning. It is one of the best articles I have read. I hope you can find some use for it as well. Courtesy of Edutopia.
Teachers can use video, leading questions and other tools to provide on-the-spot scaffolding to help struggling students, educator Rebecca Alber writes in this blog post. Alber gives examples of how to use scaffolding to break lessons into smaller pieces to help students understand a concept.