T is for Training 328 -(recording) You Don’t Want Your Grandmother to Clean That Up (this was a fantastic episode)
The show was recorded on January 26th 2023. Due to my computer completely freaking the * out, we recorded it in Zoom. Thanks, Paul!
Next Episode is on February 9th at 9 pm eastern.
[and thanks Jill who is the usual editor and makes a hard job look incredibly easy.]
The panelists were Paul Signorelli, Tom Haymes, Buffy Hamilton, and Maurice Coleman.
Here’s a link to an article that gives us a framework for the conversation:
The gist of the framework is the idea that
“Learning can be divided into four basic parts: concepts (definitions and examples), processes (how it works sequences), principles (cause and effect relationships), and productions (procedures/classification).”
That’s from Glenn Seki’s short self-published book, How to Become the Best at Anything (a 68-page essay with additional resources included).
The ball rolled from there to hit:
See think wonder.
Teach the big concept –
SOAPSTone text analysis – We need to teach people how to use this (or a variation) on every social media platform.
Some students come with a critical thinking framework, some you have to install the framework before you can ensure they will learn something they can use in real life.
Ethos, Pathos, Logos.
AI is transforming education.
Education shouldn’t be a black box.
How Tom Learned to Stop Worrying about ChatGPT (from the Shaping Edu Blog.)
Making Thinking Visible – Project Zero Classroom
Check out Standardized Minds: The High Price Of America’s Testing Culture And What We Can Do To Change IT by Peter Sacks
inspired by Harvey Daniels, some of his work is in Best Practice, Fourth Edition: Bringing Standards to Life in America’s Classrooms 4th Edition
SOAPSTone Text analysis. The link and image are from the SunWest Schools Site.