Use the guidance in this section from Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Secondary, to begin a conversation with your students about how this type of learning might be different from what they are accustomed to doing.
These planning templates will help you differentiate your communication across the three most popular simultaneous learning models.
Find out from Julie Stern how to move beyond surface learning to achieve deeper comprehension.
This tool provides moves for co-assessing whether it is in-person or virtual learning.
This cutting-edge webinar with Julie Stern and Nathalie Lauriault, authors of Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Elementary, will help you to promote depth and breadth of understanding by using learning transfer as both a means and an end goal of learning.
This excerpt from Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Secondary, makes the case for conceptual learning and debunks the myth that simply covering the material will cause students to retain it.
Use the strategy of concept attainment, from Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Elementary, with your students, which mimics the brain’s natural concept-formation process by drawing out patterns from examples and nonexamples.