Book Project Questions and Groups: Revision

Last updated by Gerald Ardito

Here are the questions we are investigating for the book and the group members for each:

  2. In a practical sense, how can teachers combat the restrictiveness of the classroom and give students freedom? What is the ideal or right balance between constraint and freedom in a classroom? 4. What are the effects of hierarchical structures (AP courses, tracking students, grade levels) on learning and education? Are they necessary? What are the pros and cons? What are the intended and unintended outcomes? 6. How is the scope of sequence of content organized the way that they are? How does the cultural settings or norms or governmental priorities shape what is taught and how and when? What happens when what is taught is harmful? Why do you really, really have to learn these things later? How are educational standards and pacing calendars developed? Who decides what is taught and when? Who has a voice or not and why? 7. The outcomes of learning after traumatic experiences. How do things that happen in our society affect our educational system (e.g., shooter drills)? Has self preservation become a technology in our schools? 8. What are our visions for the future of education based on our own experiences? 11. How does what we teach influence people’s willingness to learn? How do we create an educational system that engages everyone? How does motivation work and what role does it play in learning and education? [Ayra question} What is the role of systems and networks in learning and education?
Team Name Team. Team Glitter RAF Simmons MerLaTona Team Swag Team Quadruple Threat    
Team Member 1 Sam Woo Cooper Sandlin Rilind Rugova Nick Merlau Alex Muniz   Ayra Dr. Ardito
Team Member 2   Sierra Muehlbauer Rafael Arredondo Ava LaTona Keely Sanchez Isiah Hancock   Mariana
Team Member 3   Marina   Morgan Zoe Johnson Ellis Hodgson    
Team Member 4         Steven Rutledge Deye Saar    
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