When emphasis is given to the process and not the end product, “artists” and novices alike can harness the language of visual art as a tool for rigorous inquiry. Drawing can help us think.
Honing metacognitive skills empowers students with self-knowledge that they can apply beyond classroom walls. But how can teachers help students gain important but under-appreciated set of skills? What does metacognition in action look like?
All students, even high achieving, highly motivated ones, forget huge swathes of what they learned. How can we improve this?
Most diagrams of the brain are so detailed, it’s overwhelming, yet understanding the regions of our brain is crucial for education.