Anna Baldwin from Arlee High School (Montana) lets the big questions guide the small decisions. Click below to see the larger plan.
Anna Baldwin, Arlee High School (Montana)
Sarah Berndt Moore from Ronald Wilson Reagan Preparatory High School (Wisconsin) illustrates a three step process that includes consideration of many details. Click the image below for a close up look.
Sarah Berndt Moore, Ronald Wilson Reagan Preparatory High School
George Goodfellow from Scituate High School (Rhode Island) describes a carefully crafted lesson plan with deliberate steps for design. Click below for the full resolution image.
George Goodfellow, Scituate High School
Michael Lampert from West Salem High School (Oregon) looks at the arc of an individual unit, with a focus on achieving a goal. Click for the close up of the image.
Michael Lampert, West Salem High School
For Will Speer, it’s about choosing the right problems to satisfy the skills goals for the class. Click the thumbnail below for full size image.
Will Speer, Deerfield Academy
Nils Ahbel distills his approach down to Understanding by Design’s core practices. Click below for the full image.
Nils Ahbel, Deerfield Academy
Ivory Hills measures learning scientifically. Click below to see the full story.
Ivory Hills, Deerfield Academy
For architecture teacher David Payne, planning a class means understanding the horizon, placing your anchor points, and filling in the details. Click below to see the full image.
David Payne, Deerfield Academy
For Jael Hernandez-Vasquez, every class is part of a larger plan for the year. Click below for the full image.
Jael Hernandez-Vasquez, Deerfield Academy
Katherine Burd focuses on helping every student cross the finish line. Click below for the full image.
Katherine Burd, Deerfield Academy