Step 1: Choose the Type of Teaching Materials That Are Right For You
Let's try it! Individual strategies to use across classes, projects, units or grade levels, to develop the foundation for Deeper Learning. If you're not sure or if Deeper Learning is new to you, start here!start here
If you are comfortable with Deeper Learning principles and have tried a few strategies, you are ready for these carefully-crafted lesson plans. Detailed structure, assessments and reproducibles save you time while creating engaging learning experiences.start here
Step 2: Choose Your Area of Interest
- Tools for Reflection
- Student collaboration
- Real-World Work
- Research, Inquiry and Analysis skills
- Dissemination of student work
- Design Thinking & Maker Movement Go
If you are up for taking learning outside the 4 walls of your classroom, connecting with experts and having students make and create then try these strategies and lessons. Go
Do you strive to develop reflective thinkers in your classroom but need some help scaffolding these skills, or perhaps you just want to energize your current approach? Give these strategies a try. Go
You love to work and learn from others and want the same for your students. See these strategies and lessons for protocols to help students collaborate with peers or tips for interacting with experts in the field. Go
Step 3: Start Using Your New Curriculum Materials to Create Unforgettable Classroom Experiences!
Step 4: Become part of the CraftED Community
Stay connected with us for ongoing ways to develop your craft.
- Follow our blog for weekly tips and resources for deeper learning teaching strategies and activities.
- Connect with like-minded colleagues by liking our Facebook page and following us on Facebook page and following us on Pinterest and Twitter (@CraftEDcm).
- Be sure to join the conversation through our monthly Twitter chat #deeperlearningchat on the first Thursdays of the month at 6 pm PST.
- And please DO contact us, we love to hear from you-what you are doing with our work and what you need to move our collective Deeper Learning work forward.