Friday, December 26, 2014

What Does Creative Growth Look Like In High School TAB?

I have written about creative growth before.  I'm not going to assign Wiggins Creativity Growth Rubric scores to these works because you can see the growth for yourself:




What I observed over the course of five months is with continuous feedback inside a TAB classroom designed for autonomous learning activity, high school students of varying creative and intellectual capacities are able to generate their own art ideas, develop craft and scaffold and regulate their own learning. All without the use of radical behaviorism. No external rewards. No external incentives. Only the joy of art making and learning for learning's sake.

1 comment:

Hina Khan said...

No external incentives. Only the joy of art making and learning for learning's sake.

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