Goals and Objectives of this Course:
- Use prompts about rigor to describe assumptions and insights of practitioners, researchers and self, including how the information relates to professional education practice and growth.
- Explain, in writing and with examples, what it means to teach for rigor.
- Summarize the benefits of rigor for colleagues, leaders, students, or families.
- Categorize learning tasks based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, Depth of Knowledge, and the Hess Cognitive Rigor Matrix.
- Revise learning tasks to increase rigor.
- Develop a lesson plan with rigor and scaffolds.