Tuesday, October 26
12:45 PM-1:45 PM

Leveraging Frontier Technologies and Expanding Pathways: Supporting Equitable Opportunities for Ambitious Learning Practices

Keynote ID: 59644
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    Krista Glazewski
    Indiana University

Abstract: Ambitious learning practices can be thought of as pedagogies that encourage collaboration, dialogue, and productive disciplinary engagement. Problem-based learning (PBL) is an ideal context for investigating how such practices can be formalized and implemented, particularly in K-12 classrooms. In PBL, problem solving as student collaborative activity is organized around a driving inquiry question designed to be meaningful and engaging. However, such ambitious practices can be demanding for teachers to design, organize, implement, and orchestrate in the classroom. Because such practices can also represent a challenging endeavor for students, it is critical that we identify and support opportunity for a diverse range learners to engage successfully. Doing so requires that we enact equitable approaches that expand pathways for entry and success.


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