|ALL-ED is a network of instructional routines that have been pulled from extensive empirical base on learning and motivation. The routines are integrated into a practical dynamic network that teachers can use on their feet in the classroom to ensure that all learners are learning every day. Pilot research suggests that ALL-ED has a significant impact of both participating teachers and their students. Fordham faculty research grants were used to support the pilot research for ALL-ED. ALL-ED is an innovative network developed through collaboration between Rhonda Bondie and Akane Zusho.
Three Goals of ALL-ED
Use GASSS instructional routines and CARR curriculum planning tools to:
1. ensure that each member of the learning community is engaged, valued, and stretched.
2. provide precise, efficient, and effectiveteaching for the established curriculum within the given time constraints.
3. build daily classroom culture that values thinking and fosters self-driven learning as a habit.
An Introduction to ALL-ED by Dr. Rhonda Bondie.
Teacher Response to Student Diversity Pech Kucha
A Pecha Kucha has 20 slides with 20 seconds of description for each image. This presentation was given by Rhonda Bondie at the TED 2013 Conference in Fort Lauderdale, FL. TED is the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Rhonda examines sample teacher assignments and learning routines to explore how teachers both celebrate and develop student academic diversity.