Lampert and Graziani (2009) defined what they call “ambitious teaching”

Lampert and Graziani (2009) defined what they call “ambitious teaching” as “teaching that deliberately aims to get all kinds of students—across ethnic, racial, class, and gender categories— not only to acquire, but also to understand and use knowledge, and to use it to solve authentic problems.” We use the term to apply to the academic … Continue reading “Lampert and Graziani (2009) defined what they call “ambitious teaching””

  1. Lampert and Graziani (2009) defined what they call “ambitious teaching” as “teaching that deliberately aims to get all kinds of students—across ethnic, racial, class, and gender categories— not only to acquire, but also to understand and use knowledge, and to use it to solve authentic problems.” We use the term to apply to the academic learning goals.

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