Perplexity

I just watched the Keynote to the CUE 2014 conference by Dan Meyer. It was an awesome reminder of the framework that we should use as teachers to guide our planning. Using perplexity and inherent questions to guide class discussion fosters real investment from students in ways that simply giving them the “punchline” can fall short.

 

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