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CBCI for the Thinking Classroom (CBCI)

What is CBCI? Many of us grew up with the education practices of direct instruction with independent practice. We were taught to “sit and get” and regurgitate the information back on weekly assessments.  Concept-based curriculum and instruction(CBCI) has transformed learning … Continue reading

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Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction (CBCI)

Why CBCI for Students? In order for students to be successful in the world outside of school, they must be able to think critically and make connections across multiple contexts. To make these connections, students need to systematically build knowledge, … Continue reading

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CBCI for the Thinking Classroom 

As an educator, I agree with the need to tie classroom instruction to practical applications. CBCI emphasizes this because students are better able to understand the relevance of what they are learning as a result, and learning becomes more meaningful. … Continue reading

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