Intentional Teaching

Intentional Teaching

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Follow a teacher’s year-long journey to create a student-centered classroom!

When learners know how to use their learning processes with intention, they open a whole new world of learning for themselves. This inspiring book focuses on the Let Me Learn® (LML) system, a student-centered teaching method that transforms learning differences into strengths.

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Follow a teacher’s year-long journey to create a student-centered classroom!

When learners know how to use their learning processes with intention, they open a whole new world of learning for themselves. This inspiring book focuses on the Let Me Learn® (LML) system, a student-centered teaching method that transforms learning differences into strengths.

Bonnie Dawkins documented a year-long's use of the Let Me Learn Process® in her classroom. This is her story of making a difference with her students.

Table of Contents
Part I. Curiosity and Intrigue (August-November)
[Intrigue with the LML Process and Curiosity about what it can “do” in the classroom.]
Chapter 1. August-Bonnie - Intention, Hope and Tension
Chapter 2. September - Barry and the LCI
Chapter 3. October - Eleanor and the Search for One Right Answer
Part II. Stay and Play (November-December)
[Play at using the LML process and Stay at a superficial level of implementation it.]
Chapter 4. November - Kimberly and Classmates Find Voice in the LML Classroom
Chapter 5. December - Thomas’s Nightclub Act Yields Signs of Engagement
Part III. Niggling Concern (January-February)
[Recognizing it’s time to Revisit the Purpose and Power of the LML Process]
Chapter 6. January - Dina and the Tough Question
Chapter 7. February - Russell and His Group
Part IV. Pain and Growth (March)
[Personal growth in using the LML process because the teacher is beginning to use metacognitive tools to solve significant challenges.]
Chapter 8. March – Bonnie’s Story of No Pain No Gain
Part V. Insights and Understanding (April)
[Moving below the surface level of LML Implementation to the heart of Teaching and Learning.]
Chapter 9. April – Judith and Kippy-Insights and Understandings
Part VI. Deeply Embedded (May-June)
[Can’t think about teaching and learning without using the concepts and constructs of the LML
Process because they are now the bedrock of my teaching self.]

Chapter 10. May - So Much to Do; So Little Time! Panic or Picnic
Chapter 11. June - Letters and Legacy
Chapter 12. Epilogue - Honoring the Learner

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