Five musts for mastery: Using technology to engage students in rigorous and meaningful learning

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

In his book Drive, Daniel Pink writes that mastery is "the desire to get better and better at something that matters. When I dissect this definition in the context of the classroom, I'm struck by two elements. First, students must have a desire to get better. Second, they must feel that what they're learning or doing matters. Ultimately, to pursue mastery, classrooms need to focus on five "musts"—and technology supports them all.

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