Educators tweet why they changed their practices

Educators tweet why they changed their practices
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Instructional practices change as teachers learn and grow, asserts Grant Piros, a high-school English teacher. In this blog post, Piros adds responses by several educators to a question he posed on Twitter about what sparked change in their own classrooms, including a response from Adrianne Moe, an English teacher, who says she shifted to a more student-centered style and talks less often in class.

Edutopia online (3/27) 

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