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Depth & Complexity

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Rebekah Hinkle

on 12 January 2012

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Transcript of Depth & Complexity

Depth and Complexity Language of the Discipline Details Patterns Trends Multiple Perspectives Relate Across Time Rules Unanswered Questions Ethics Big Ideas Across Disciplines Essential Question:
What does an expert know about a topic that makes him/her an expert? Depth
zooming in
digging deeper Complexity
zooming out
making connections Language of the Discipline
Details
Rules
Patterns
Trends
Unanswered Questions
Ethics
Big Ideas
Across Time
Across Disciplines
Multiple Perspectives Dr. Sandra Kaplan Prior Knowledge
(Hook new learning here) evaluating what? applying what? analyzing what? Dr. Sandra Kaplan. 2010. Photograph. University of Southern California. By Phillip Channing. Web. 12 Oct. 2010. Patton, Kevin. Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning. Digital image. Lion Den. Web. 12 Oct. 2010. Goree, Krys. "Keeping the Flame Kindled." Tempo. (2010): 32-34. Print. What makes an expert
an expert?
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