Rethinking Structure in the Gifted Classroom with Guest, David Sebek

David Sebek

 

David Sebek, middle school ELA teacher of the Fort Bend ISD, was our guest this week to discuss ‘Rethinking Structure in the Gifted Classroom’. He was TAGT’s 2011 Teacher of the Year. This proved to be a popular topic with many new participants and attendees from 25 states and 5 countries. A full transcript may be found here.

David started with the premise ~ Are we a teaching school or learning school? (Attributed to @ThatIanGilbert ). He continued by saying, “We should shift our paradigms to Future Proofing the Students. A basic premise we use is Reverse the Role of the Learner: Dependent, Passive Consumer to an Independent, Active Producer. ”

Links:

David Sebek’s Blog Creativity 2.0

Flipping the Classroom (pic) Dr. Brian Housand

Flipped, Wired, Gone: Is There Space for the Classroom in the Twenty-First Century?

What the Heck Is a Flipped Classroom? from GingerLewman

David Sebek ~ “2011 TAGT Outstanding Teacher of the Year

David Sebek’s Livebinder

David Sebek’s Public Library on Diigo

David Sebek’s Emodo Page

A 6-Step Process for Adding Gamification to Your Classroom

Start the Year with Themes & Generalizations from Ian Byrd of Byrdseed Gifted

5 Learning Strategies That Make Students Curious

TED Talks: Ramsey Musallam ~ 3 Rules to Spark Learning

Rethinking Whole Class Discussion

Teaching Students to Dig Deeper

Belle Wallace on Gifted Education, Part 4: Teaching Problem-Solving and Thinking Skills

Learning Styles & Retention – How Best to Engage?

Scaffolding in Education A Template for Deeper Learning

Why Do I Need a Teacher When I’ve got Google? (book – Amazon)

Changing Education Paradigms’ with Sir Ken Robinson (You Tube)

Cybraryman’s Makerspaces Page

Cybraryman’s Genius Hour Page

Cybraryman’s Learning from Mistakes Page

David Sebek’s ‘A Hero’s Journey’ on YouTube

Posted on November 19, 2013, in Creative Thinking, Education, gifted education and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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