Make Models Believable: An Excerpt from Practice Perfect

We’re pleased to announce the publication of a new book from Doug Lemov (bestselling author of Teach Like a Champion) and his coauthors, Erica Woolway and Katie Yezzi.

Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better is a terrific resource for educators that includes specific activities to use in your schools and in your classrooms.

Seeing is indeed believing, and the authors describe the use of modeling in Chapter 3. “In the quest to set up practice in the right way for your team, to start them off practicing success, you will find moments where the best way to teach a skill is to model that skill. Indeed, many of the seemingly simplest things defy description.”

Read an excerpt from Chapter 3 here:

 

Rule 17: Make Models Believable (excerpt from Practice Perfect)

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