R.I.P. Sage on the Stage By David Ginsburg

R.I.P. Sage on the Stage

"Teachers are needed more than ever, but in a very different capacity. We are no longer providing answers. We're providing the questions and the tools to find the answers."
-- Josh Stumpenhorst, 2012 Illinois Teacher of the Year


Sage on the Stage.jpgIt's important to take time during the summer to relax and recharge for the new school year. But it's also important to take time to reflect on and reform our practices for the new school year. And no practice is more in need of reform than traditional teacher-centered instruction.

But why is it important for students to own and direct their learning? Will students meet academic standards if teachers give them control of their learning? Why are teachers reluctant to let students learn independently? What can teachers do to begin the process of letting go?

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