Aug. 17, 2010

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Student Scribes with Darren Kuropatwa – Part 1 of 3

In a continuation of our series on student learning jobs, Alan speaks with Darren Kuropatwa, math teacher at Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In the first part of this conversation, the two discuss Darren’s student scribe program, its impact within his classes, how he manages them and uses them as a part of his teaching and how global publication of student work has engaged his students and enhanced his classroom.

Darren has been a presenter at our Building Learning Communities conference.

3 Responses to “Student Scribes with Darren Kuropatwa – Part 1 of 3”

  • Life-Long-Learners

    […] endeavour are encouraged to listen to Alan November’s interview of Darren about the specifics in Student Scribes 1, Student Scribes 2, and Student Scribes […]

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    1. The Fisch Flip in Michigan: Dale Eizenga on flipping traditional lecture and homework routines « Moving at the Speed of Creativity says:

      […] helps others do the same thing. Darren Kuropatwa's use of scribe blog posts, explained in detail on the three part podcast series shared by November Learning, came to mind as Dale was discussing how technology can help fill these "gaps" in student […]

    2. A “Typical” Day in a 1:1 Classroom (Part Two) « Robin Neal says:

      […] discussions, all but one of the laptops are closed. Each day the students choose a Student Scribe (an idea I got from Darren Kuropatwa and Alan November. The scribe takes notes for everyone and shares them via the class wiki. Students might open their […]

    3. Life-Long-Learners says:

      […] endeavour are encouraged to listen to Alan November’s interview of Darren about the specifics in Student Scribes 1, Student Scribes 2, and Student Scribes […]

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