DATTL Video 2. Deep Teacher Planning

Students’ input has much importance in the deep approach, which focuses on the learning process as much as on broad and flexible outcomes defined by the students in their projects. Here students choose process-oriented instructional organizers, a concept developed by Professor Tochon since his early publications in 1988, based on how seasoned teachers genuinely adapt their plans to match student’s intrinsic motivation. The curriculum is transformed into stories, reflective practices, and experiences. Deep language dynamism is meaning-producing through multiple connected intentions among tasks domains that contribute to broad educational projects. Students explore the materials and act in the direction of self-actualization, cross-cultural understanding and social change for more justice.

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