Fostering Learner Independence: An Essential Guide for K-6 Educators
This book helps teachers reflect on practices that help students develop self-sufficiency, good work habits, self-motivation, resiliency, and critical thinking skills so they can learn independently.
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Structuring for Learner Independence
Teaching That Promotes Independence
Expectations and Communication
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Alfie Kohn analyze answer assessment for learning assignment Campbell Hill challenge chart choices choose classroom consider constructivist create curriculum decisions demonstration dence desks differentiate educators encourage independence encourage students enduring understandings engaged enhance evaluation example expectations experience feedback Figure fluency focus focused foster habits goal grade habits of independence haiku help students homework ideas impact student independent learners learning environment lesson literacy block literature circles look Martin Luther King math Meagan Metacognition monitor ownership parents peers pendence physical environment piece of writing planning poetry problem procedural knowledge questions reading reflect responsibility result role Roxann Rose-Duckworth rubric Rubric for Assessment score seating share skills small group solving strategies student behavior student independence student learning support learners support students task teacher teaching and learning teaching point thinking tion