Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

Student Agency: What Do Students Want to Create to Demonstrate Their Learning?

In my blog post titled “3 Ways to Build Student Agency into Your Lessons,” I encouraged teachers to design lessons that allow students to make key decisions about their learning. Student agency is one of the easiest ways that teachers … Continue reading

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Planning a Station Rotation Lesson for Your Math Classroom

Last week in Palm Springs, I had the pleasure of coaching a 9th-grade math teacher. It was exciting to work with a math teacher who was eager to try using the station rotation model in her math classroom. Math instruction … Continue reading

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Google Sites Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger hunts are one of my favorite strategies for encouraging students to explore, be curious, and think critically. I use scavenger hunts at the start of the year to foster community building, and I use them to keep students engaged … Continue reading

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