"They Didn't Teach Them Anything!" Learning from Each Other in K-20
In the United States, the new Common Core standards intend for every high school senior to graduate "college and career ready." However, the differences between K-12 public schools and higher education extend beyond the curriculum to philosophies of assessment. Rather than blaming each other, K-20 teachers and professors need to learn from each other, recognizing the strengths of each particular context, through an ongoing dialogue and exchange of ideas on instructional practice, rethinking the implementation of Bloom's taxonomy and differentiating instruction.
Kania-Gosche, B., Wisdom, S., & Leavitt, L. (2013). "They Didn't Teach Them Anything!" Learning from Each Other in K-20. Handbook of Research on Teaching and Learning in K-20 Education, pp. 600-613. IGI Global.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-4249-2.ch035
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