This article derives several distinguishing qualities of rigor from an examination of rigor in both academic and nonschool learning and work among students in Big Picture schools. The Big Picture is a school reform design committed to providing quality education for underserved urban students. Truly rigorous learning in schools would revitalize the prevailing paradigm of teaching and learning, a paradigm largely devoid of student engagement that often leaves the practical, creative, and analytic intelligences languishing.
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What Do You Mean by Rigor?
Categories: School Environment/Social Emotional Learning, Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Quality, Instructional Strategies
Source: Educational Leadership