The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2: 12 New Lesson Frames for Even More Engagement
ISBN: 1949595528
EAN13: 9781949595529
Language: English
Pages: 186
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback

The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2: 12 New Lesson Frames for Even More Engagement

Book Overview
Your Guidebook to Creating Lessons That Engage and Inspire Learners In the first book in the EduProtocols Series, Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo introduced flexible lesson frames to equip teachers to break free from the lesson-and-worksheet cycle. In The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2, the authors are back with twelve new lesson frames for even more engagement. Along with their personal experiences with the protocols, Hebern and Corippo share the wisdom and insights of other educators who are using and adapting these powerful tools for their learners. What's New? In addition to including twelve new EduProtocols and nine teacher-reimagined iterations on lesson frames from the first book, The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2 takes a deeper dive into the research-supported learning theories behind the protocols. The authors also demonstrate how EduProtocols support a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) environment. You'll also find tips throughout the book for edtech integration and for adapting lessons for English Language Learners. The EduProtocol Field Guide series is your manual for designing personalized learning opportunities in less time. What teacher doesn't want to save time and teach better? In The EduProtocol Field Guide: Book 2, Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo provide even more low-prep, high-return activities you can use tomorrow. --Mat Miller, author of Ditch That Textbook I strongly recommend EduProtocols become part of your district's arsenal to support twenty-first-century student learning--Michael R. McCormick, superintendent, Val Verde USD Marlena and Jon have done an amazing job compiling protocols that help teachers remove learning barriers and differentiate for all learners. --Meghan Cannon-Johann, teacher These guides are definitely a must-have for teachers who want to burn their bloated teacher guides, want their lives back from hours of meaningless grading, and realize the need to move beyond unfocused classroom technology convenience tools. --Derrall Garrison, instructional coach