Looking downstream

Birke Baehr identified a problem.  The food we eat destroys our bodies and the planet.  So he started talking to people.  And if this video is any indication, Birke Baehr can talk:

As I turn my eye to end-of-year assessment, I would do myself well by asking myself, “What do I want my students’ final artifacts to be?”  A TED Talk would never result as the final artifact of a student’s learning in my classroom.  But, oh to be the teacher that inspires his student to further his learning, to ask “the next question,” to seek out professionals, to follow his passion…

How can my students finish the year in such a way as to prompt them to continue their internal dialogue?

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