52 steps to transform my class
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
In the first curriculum, teachers focus on the effective change in their class. No much theory. It starts with adapting the course material for a first transformed lesson. Then, each step pushes the class transformation further.
We have identified 52 concrete objectives for a teacher to implement in his/her class. Teachers involved in the transformation process have their name on a board in the staff room. That board contains 52 columns. Everytime a teacher successfully implements a step, he puts a sticker in the corresponding column.
When 80% of the 52 steps are done, no doubt that a disruptive transformation happened.
The first concrete step before you try any significant change in your class is to revisit your written course material. The document below helps to you write the assessments your students will need to be autonomous.