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How did they do that?

Posted on: April 17, 2021

Isn’t “How did they do that?” the most natural question to ask when you see something surprising or amazing? It is until you are immersed in traditional schooling.

By then, much of the focus is on end-products of work and/or learning. I separate the two because a product could be a result of much work and still be very little evidence of learning.

To get to the learning, teachers need to be able to evaluate the processes that led to the product. The Instagram post is a 15-second reminder on how to put the horse back in front of the cart.

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