Considering the Diagonals… (pt 2)

In our previous post, Doing More or Doing Some Things Differently, we considered the shifts in our professional learning and practice, and the implications each had on the learning practice of our students.  More specifically, what were we doing more of and doing differently as teachers?   And what were our students doing more of and doing differently, as learners?

Doing More:

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– What are you doing more of?
– What are your students doing more of?
– To what benefit?
– At what cost?

Doing Some Things Differently:
– What are you doing differently?
– What are your students doing differently?
– To what benefit?
– At what cost?

As we considered our responses and dug further beneath each implication, we wondered about the relationships between them.  What connections surface when we consider the diagonals of our efforts?