Impacts of Self Pacing
May 15th, 2022
52 mins 13 secs
About this Episode
Toni Rose is joined by Rebecca Mason and Paul O'Donoghue to talk about how self pacing has impacted their approaches to teaching as well as their students approaches to learning, and their learning outcomes.
Outline and Show Notes
- Meet Rebecca and Paul
- The Edutopia Video (plus MCP's new video with Edutopia featuring elementary students)
- Paul's Twitter: @paulodonoghue_
- What does self pacing look like in Rebecca and Paul's classes?
- MCP Podcast Episode 87 - Troubleshooting Self Pacing (with Charlie Moynahan, who mentions the "human" aspect and the "procedural" aspect of self pacing)
- Revisions Paul and Rebecca made to self pacing in their classes
- How self pacing has affected Rebecca's unique student population
- How self pacing has affected Paul's approach to teaching and learning
- Feedback from students on how self pacing has impacted their learning
- Data showing the impact of self pacing
- One piece of advice from Rebecca and Paul
- Rebecca and Paul's goals for the end of the year and beyond
- Connect with Rebecca and Paul
- Paul's Venmo for his student snack cabinet: paulod33
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