Knowledge building gallery (book & case studies) from The Learning Exchange

April 28, 2017 at 12:31 pm Leave a comment

From The Learning Exchange: “The Knowledge Building Gallery is a collection of concrete tools and strategies for teachers and educational leaders to use to support KB work. Grounded in Knowledge Building theory, this resource features innovations for practice created by and for new and experienced Knowledge Building practitioners.”

You can download the entire 165 page resource, or individual chapters, and there is a link to a page of case studies for primary, junior, intermediate, secondary AND leadership.

Check it out! Rowan


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