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Student Voice & Choice Through Innovation and, yes, Cardboard

Student Voice & Choice Through Innovation and, yes, Cardboard

Wonder how you can engage students in learning for hours at a time without teacher instruction or videos then get your license to take risks! Guest Christopher Weiss explains how personalized learning and self-regulation can go hand-in-hand when you increase student ownership through innovative practices such as the Global Cardboard Challenge.  Increase your students’ abilities to problem-solve and learn and find yourself enjoying teaching more. The Edspiration Inbox Answers… “Do we really need to intervene in incidents that some call bullying but are really daily life events such as when a student says, “I don’t want to play with you” or ‘No, I don’t want to hang out with you today?” – Diana, California About today’s guest Christopher Weiss is principal of Riverside School, named a "School of Distinction" by the Connecticut State Department of Education and considered a top K-5 school in the state. Riverside School is implementing a 4-year plan focused on the theme of "Innovation." Ch

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