Teaching What Matters Most – Standards and Strategies for Raising Student Achievement

By Richard W. Strong, Harvey F. Silver, Matthew J. Perini, No, No
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Rigor, thought, diversity, authenticity: The only four standards that matter

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Drawing from academic research and the collective experience of educators, Teaching What Matters Most offers four guiding standards to help all students meet the challenges of 21st century learning:

  • Rigor: helping students make sense of challenging texts and ideas
  • Thought: helping students become adept users of powerful learning disciplines
  • Diversity: helping students understand themselves and others
  • Authenticity: helping students apply what they learn to the real world

Each standard is supported by school-based examples, research-based teaching strategies, and assessment practices that allow schools and teachers to respond thoughtfully to the diversity of students’ needs.

Additional Information

ISBN 978-0-87120-518-6
Pages 137
Edition First
First Publication Date Aug 1, 2001
Series No
Publisher ASCD
Copyright © 2001 ASCD
Dimensions 7.875” x 9.875”

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