Updated: 22 Jun 2021
Jay McTighe and Harvey Silver
For learning that sticks, classrooms need less rapid-fire content coverage and more meaning making.
"Understanding must be earned."—Grant Wiggins Do you want to promote deep and lasting learning? Of course you do. All educators want their students to learn deeply and well. And yet evidence shows that such learning is rare in many schools. To help close the gap between aspiration and common practice, let's explore four key questions about deeper learning and how it really happens in classrooms.