Great teaching happens in cycles

Last year I wrote a post called The Anatomy of an Outstanding Lesson, by far my most viewed post with almost 10,000 page views. Clearly teachers are hungry for this kind of thing. But it’s become increasingly obvious to me over the past few months that many of my notions about what might constitute an outstanding lesson have been turned on their head. It’s not so much that I was wrong, more that my understanding was incomplete.

Continued in Great teaching happens in cycles.

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