Raise The Verb
Ignite Curiosity
Go Deep & Complex
Offer Voice & Choice
Real-World Applications
100

Where do our verbs come from?

Bloom's Taxonomy

100

Why do we begin with curiosity?

To engage the students

100

Depth and Complexity tools differentiate the content, process, or product?

The content

100

True or False:  Voice and Choice should be focused on the product.

FALSE!  Voice and Choice should be everywhere!

100

Name a resource that can help your students get in touch with the real world.

Wonderopolis, Time, Nat Geo, Community News, Popular Science

200

If we raise the verb, we are increasing the ____.

Thinking effort

200

What happens in the brain when we are curious?

The brain releases dopamine, our pleasure hormone

200

If I encourage my students to think like a mathematician and "talk the talk" of a mathematician, which two thinking tools are we using?

Multiple Perspectives and Language of the Discipline

200

Mrs. Ditto has 22 dioramas on display for Open House.  Will she get a gold star for voice and choice?

No, students should choose how to show you what they know.

200

Which Depth and Complexity element comes to life when students apply their skills to the real world?

Trick Question - all DC tools can apply to the real world


300
Name a resource that can help you raise the verb.

The Differentiator by Ian Byrd 

OR 

the teaching resource in my digital journal

300

Which Depth & Complexity element naturally goes with the curiosity?

Unanswered Questions!

300

If I ask my students to find something that repeats in our world as time passes, which two thinking tools are we utilizing?

Patterns and Over Time

300

Can Voice and Choice be used in content, process, and product?

YES!  

300
Are real world problems applicable to all grade levels?

YES!  Kindergarten students can debate the ethics (right vs wrong) in the world around them too!

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