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Center for Inspired Teaching
Transcript of Center for Inspired Teaching
We are flipping the classroom in a whole new way.
At Inspired Teaching, we are committed to solving this problem.
For most students today, classrooms look like this...
We are transforming the role of teacher from information provider to
Instigator of Thought
Student as Expert
whose voice and ideas are abundant in every lesson
Purpose, Persistence, and Action
so students are intellectually, emotionally, and physically engaged
At Inspired Teaching, we believe that this spark can be nurtured and fueled by creating
7,000 students drop out of school every day.
Students are bored and not engaged.
7 out of 10 left because they were not challenged or inspired to work hard
4 out of 5 wanted better teachers
By 2020, the United States will have 123 million high-skill jobs to fill—and fewer than 50 million Americans qualified to fill them.
In this day and age, school needs to be about more than just the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic.
Every child is born with an innate desire to learn.
FIVE CORE ELEMENTS
in the classroom...
And, it's a real problem.
based in relationship-based discipline
Wide-Ranging Evidence of Learning
with an emphasis on authentic assessment
illuminates the room.
reverence for children
and the learning process
But, it's not easy.
If these five elements exist, students will achieve:
The Four I's
This is the formula for creating
It's messy and loud.
It's real and exciting.
Full of questions and ideas
Defeat & triumph
Surprise & struggle
Community & collaboration
It's empowering, effective, and completely inspiring.
Let's get started.
Tell me about your painting.
The cell membrane allows materials to pass through it.
you figure that out?
We know we
need to build a ramp, but how do we design it?
We can use the pythagorean theorem.
What shape is a ramp?