Join me over on the Schole Group’s blog today as I talk about one paradigm you can use to assess, set goals, and grow in teaching and leadership.
Here is an excerpt of the article.
“In his popular talk, The Eight Principles of Classical Pedagogy, Dr. Perrin discusses eight principles that speak to how children learn and therefore how teachers should teach. By moving with the grain of how a student learns, the whole process of learning and teaching becomes more restful because we are working with, rather than against, the nature of learning and teaching. The eight principles serve as a guide for learning how we should teach, but also as a tool for assessing our Scholé Groups and ourselves as directors. We can compare what we are currently doing against the principles. As we notice where we are, we can then make a plan to get to where we want to be.