Long-time middle school science teacher turns towards STEM. Bryan has a passion for change, innovation, and learning. This inspiration has transitioned into all his activities with his students to create authentic learning. Bryan invests time in his students to inspire a learning culture so they can accomplish any goal.What a great listen! Bryan had so many amazing ideas and a motivating mindset to bring to my classroom! Click To Tweet
- Use local references, in his case, the military community, to create design challenges.
- Flex the guardrails of your curriculum to push the boundaries of learning for students.
- To empower your classroom, you have to allow students the opportunity to relearn curiosity.
- Take a risk, and fail. The first thing you will do always sucks, so fix it and try again!
- Leverage your class engagement to power through the “boring” lessons that are a necessary part of the process.
- Analyze your state standards and determine if you are teaching too much. There is a good chance you spend more time on skills that are not standards or, focus too much on non-essential standards.
- Create lessons that students are genuinely curious about, and the best way to determine that is to ask them.
- Robert Dilts Logical Levels Pyramid
- Curious by Ian Leslie
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