Creating a good lesson is like telling a story. And every good story has three parts: a beginning, a middle, and an end.
When we put too many activities into a single class period, students go through the steps. But unless it all ties together, it just doesn’t work. Like a story with too many characters, first you get confused. Soon, you lose interest.
Engaging lessons start by getting students excited to learn. They learn through hands-on exploration. They share and reflect on what they've learned
This simple template will help you organize your ideas and plan 3-part lessons for any subject area.
Personalized learning has direct benefits for students but also supports growth within the other two bridges.
A unique approch to traditional schooling using high-impact instructional strategies that allow the teacher to be more efficient
Students progress toward grade-level standards at their own pace. Teachers reduce grading time and shift into the role of "guide by the side."
By learning through exploration, each student gains something unique. IBL supports content mastery, problem solving, and social-emotional learning.