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Reflections on the Craziest School Year Ever

covid remote learning Jun 01, 2021

Like many of you, I finished up what arguably is one of the most challenging and chaotic years of teaching. I started teaching in 1986, and I have worked in education for thirty-five years. First...

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Extreme Differentiation That Doesn't Drive You Crazy

Uncategorized May 28, 2021

Have you ever sat in a  PD session and the presenter talked about how you should differentiate, but you said in your head… No Way! They are crazy! It all sounds well and good,...

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The Best Thing You Can Do NOW to Get Student Buy-In Next Year

Uncategorized May 17, 2021

One of the most important things to do at the begging of the year is to get student buy-in.  Regardless of how you teach, students need to hear from other students. Since, I teach using a...

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Why Class Size and Student Mindsets are Not Barriers to Flexible Pacing

Uncategorized May 06, 2021

Are some of your students way behind? Do you feel like you are holding back some students in order to accommodate those that struggle? At what point do you simply move on and hope that those...

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RETHINK CLASS TIME — NEVER LECTURE IN CLASS AGAIN

Uncategorized Apr 08, 2021

For my first 19 years as a teacher I was a committed lecturer and probably spent 60% of my class time doing whole group “teaching.” I honed my craft. I had some standard jokes. I spiced...

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Podcast: From Earning to Learning with David Frangiosa

mastery podcast Mar 28, 2021

Jon had a great chance to visit with David Frangiosa on his podcast From Learning to Earning. Listen in as Jon talks about Mastery Learning. 

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How Can Mastery Rival Tutoring and Close Educational Gaps Caused by the Pandemic?

Uncategorized Mar 05, 2021

Schools closed. Remote learning. Exhausted teachers. The pandemic has had a huge impact on schools around the world. Perhaps the biggest issue we face now and going forward is the impact of...

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Flipped and Mastery Learning with Jon Bergmann

Jon had a chance to sit down and chat with Shyam Mair from Score Campus about the current state of education, and how Mastery Learning can help solve the problems exacerbated by the...

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What I Believe about Teaching & Learning

This is an edited excerpt from my application for Colorado Teacher of the Year (I was a semi-finalist in 2010).  It explains much of what I do and believe in about education. Though I wrote...

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The Flipped Classroom: A Student’s Perspective

We know how critical the dialogue between the teacher and the student is, and how easily communication can be a breakthrough or a breakdown in the success for the students. The relationship between...

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