Teaching Methods: SCAFFOLDING. Ashley ~ Cindy ~ Leah ~ Lori ~ Natalie. What is it?. S c a f f o d I n g. Scaffolding in education is very similar to scaffolding in construction. Scaffolding is a temporary support system used until the task is complete.
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Scaffolding in education is very similar to scaffolding in construction. Scaffolding is a temporary support system used until the task is complete.
Instructors provide support during initial learning. This allows for learners to accomplish tasks they otherwise could not do on their own.
I Can do
*Good Problem Solvers
*Provides individualized instruction
*Engages the Learner
*Motivates the Learner
*Minimizes Frustration Level of the Learner
“What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.” - Kung Fu Tzu (Confucius)
BRING IT HOME
Make what you are teaching relevant to today’s teens.
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