Last week, I was beyond excited when Jan Burkis and Kim Yaris invited to guest post over at their place. I took the opportunity to start a conversation there about creating and managing cognitive dissonance. It’s one I plan to continue here next week, as my experiences implementing the Common Core Learning Standards and the six shifts that underpin them have surfaced some new and unexpected realizations about this particular topic. I’m thinking I’m not alone here, and I hope that others will chime in to add their perspectives and push my thinking a bit as well. In the mean time, this is where I began:
Part I: Let Us Go Then, You and I
Thanks for letting me visit, Kim and Jan. It was an honor.