Appropriate use of scaffolding to support student learning is a vital strategy in the classroom as it promotes a student’s individual, academic growth.
This course provides a definition of Scaffolding, criteria analysis checklist, examples for classroom implementation, and multiple takeaway documents for immediate teacher use.
ScaffoldingEvery learner – regardless of their level – needs support to maximize their potential. Scaffolding is the way to align, build, and communicate those supports for student benefit.
Connection to Practice
- Learn Various Ways to build Supports for Student Learning
- Apply Alignment, Basis, and Communication for proficient use of Scaffolding
- A willingness to learn and grow.
- A computer or phone with access to the internet.
- No paid software required – everything you need is in the Learning Module.