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Sep 22, 2019

Jennifer Gonzalez of Cult of Pedagogy and I are breaking down misconceptions about what effective instruction really looks like. Listen in as we discuss the truths that often get buried among these myths:

MYTH #1: Traditional teaching methods should be replaced with more innovative, student-centered approaches.
MYTH #2: Lessons should be as creative and fun as possible to increase engagement.
MYTH #3: Including elements of students' cultures in your lessons is the best way to teach a diverse group of kids.
MYTH #4: Planning great lessons always takes a lot of time and preparation.

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