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    Less (Teaching) Is More (Learning): Helping Students Realize the True Potential and Power of “Yet”!

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    One of the arts of teaching is knowing when to lead, when to help, and when to let the students figure it out themselves. We take the cliché about being the guide on the side seriously. But, how do you get from student dependence to independence? Engage in a strategy-building session on how to foster student-owned learning in the classroom (and survive!). Don’t expect one-size-fits-all answers – but questions, strategies, possibilities, examples, and maybe a few awkward (reflective) silences…
    Join us as we explore ways to:
    Engage and empower students as critical thinkers, questioners, connectors and creators of content
    Build student repertoire of problem-solving strategies
    Promote and develop student capacity for finding the right information, right relationships and right resources, all at the right time
    Challenge learners to mine mistakes, wrong turns and “failures” for the richer learning opportunities embedded within
    LEGO Challenges
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    What role did this documentation play in your learning?
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