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I recently asked this question to my Twitter learning network, "Teachers, what systems do you have in place that make your life easier and more efficient at school?"
One of the responses simply said, "EduProtocols".
I've heard of EduProtocols before and thought I would dig deeper. Here's what I found. I hope you find these resources useful. If so, share them with your colleagues.
EduProtocols are instructional lesson frames designed to engage students in learning through critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity. [source]
- What are the benefits of using EduProtocols?
- How EduProtocols Can Change Your Teaching Forever
- Here's how a history teacher incorporates EduProtocols.
- Check out this interview where Jon Corippo and Rich Dixon discuss how EduProtocols improve learning outcomes and engagement.
- Explore how students develop and conduct scientific tests with EduProtocols.
- Here are some slides I found that show examples of EduProtocols along with directions.
- The EduProtocol Field Guide*: 16 Student-Centered Lesson Frames for Infinite Learning Possibilities
- The EduProtocol Field Guide Book 2*: 12 New Lesson Frames for Even More Engagement
- The EduProtocol Field Guide Math Edition*: 15 Student-Centered Lesson Frames for Math Mastery