What does a change in practice look like in the classroom?
It can be easy to talk about changing our practice within the context of new teaching and learning programs but when it comes to the daily reality in our classrooms... change is a process!
Teddy Shulman is a teacher at the Pearson Adult and Career Centre of the Lester B. Pearson School Board. This video is about the shift to learning situations in his math classes and how change can bring on a certain amount of discomfort. He talks about how he works through this discomfort as he helps his students shift to competency development through learning situations.
Questions to ask yourself
If you like, you can use the notetaking tool to the right of this webpage (or at the bottom if you are using a tablet or phone) to keep your notes connected to this resource.
How are you helping yourself through a shift to learning situations?
What is changing in your practice? What is staying the same?
Learning resources created by Teddy Shulman (Teacher, LBPSB), Shiela Sachdeva (Pedagogical Consultant, LBPSB), Avi Spector (RECIT Consultant, RSB), and Tracy Rosen (RECIT Consultant, CSSMI), 2017.
If you would like more information about these resources, please contact Avi Spector or Tracy Rosen.