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A meaningful mess : a teacher's guide to student-driven classrooms, authentic learning, student empowerment, and keeping it all together without losing your mind / Andi McNair. [print]

By: McNair, Andi, 1977- [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Waco, Texas : Prufrock Press Incorporated, (c)2019Description: viii, 162 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781618218414; 1618218417; 1760569585; 9781760569587Subject(s): Student-centered learning -- Study and teaching | Blended learning | Generation Z | Classroom management | Authentic learningLOC classification: LB1027.23.M363.M436 2019COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://ciu.libwizard.com/f/copyright-requests
Contents:
What makes a mess meaningful? ; Getting to know Gen Z ; Giving students what they deserve ; Letting go of control ; Empowerment versus compliance ; The 3 E's: designing meaningful learning experiences ; The 4 C's +1 r: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and reflection ; Learning by doing: genius hour and meaningful makerspaces ; Going global ; Reflection versus remembering ; Meaningful technology ; Making your classroom a meaningful mess.
Summary: "How do you organize what may seem like a chaotic mess into a classroom that empowers students to engage with content and pursue their passions? "A Meaningful Mess" offers suggestions and specific tools that can be used to engage this generation of students in meaningful, relevant, and student-driven learning experiences--even if things in the classroom may get messy, both literally and figuratively. Such strategies and tools include Genius Hour, Makerspaces, flexible learning spaces, meaningful technology, global learning experiences, critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and reflection. Packed with relevant evidence and research, "A Meaningful Mess" helps teachers understand why traditional teaching strategies are no longer working and what they can do to engage and empower this generation of learners"-- Provided by publisher.
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What makes a mess meaningful? ; Getting to know Gen Z ; Giving students what they deserve ; Letting go of control ; Empowerment versus compliance ; The 3 E's: designing meaningful learning experiences ; The 4 C's +1 r: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and reflection ; Learning by doing: genius hour and meaningful makerspaces ; Going global ; Reflection versus remembering ; Meaningful technology ; Making your classroom a meaningful mess.

"How do you organize what may seem like a chaotic mess into a classroom that empowers students to engage with content and pursue their passions? "A Meaningful Mess" offers suggestions and specific tools that can be used to engage this generation of students in meaningful, relevant, and student-driven learning experiences--even if things in the classroom may get messy, both literally and figuratively. Such strategies and tools include Genius Hour, Makerspaces, flexible learning spaces, meaningful technology, global learning experiences, critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and reflection. Packed with relevant evidence and research, "A Meaningful Mess" helps teachers understand why traditional teaching strategies are no longer working and what they can do to engage and empower this generation of learners"-- Provided by publisher.

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