Jun 16, 2015

Taking off the Training Wheels: Close Reading Practices that Promote Independent Learners | ASCD Inservice

By Eric Russo In a previous post in April, I explored strategies for supporting struggling learners through rigorous tasks. The premise of that post was that cultivating independent learners is just like riding a bike: you have to give students the opportunity to work through rigorous tasks if you want them to learn how to do so on their own. Today, I’m revisiting some of that thinking and...

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