Learn why the DOK Wheel is inaccurate.
Learn how good questions promote cognitive rigor.
This podcast just may topple everything you thought you knew about Depth of Knowledge or DOK. Join us on an exposé of this familiar phrase in education as author, educator, and international presenter Erik M. Francis opens up on his new book, Deconstructing Depth of Knowledge.
In the episode, Erik discusses the definition and misconceptions of Depth of Knowledge, how to use it successfully, how leaders can support its implementation in their schools, and the benefits students gain from reaching higher levels of thinking and learning.
Erik Francis chats with us about his experience and passion as an education professional specialist that is determined to get students and teachers to think deeply and express their learning in meaningful ways.
Tom is joined by Erik Francis to discuss what makes for a good question and how to effectively use Depth of Knowledge (DOK) in planning.
Erik shares his thoughts on how to transition from teaching and learning in the classroom, to teaching and learning at home. Watch the interview here on YouTube or listen on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...
Erik discusses how to use good questions to prompt and persuade people to think deeply and express and share the depth and extent of their knowledge and understanding.
Erik talking with Dr. Dave Schmittou about asking good questions to prompt and promote inquiry and how to teach and learn for Depth of Knowledge (DOK)
Erik and Christian Nielsen from uQualio and discusses how to use edtech to improve and extend teaching and learning.
Erik and Christian Nielsen from uQualio return to discuss and expand on their conversations about how he use of education technology has expanded as a result of the pandemic.
Erik discusses his work as well as how his negative experience as a site administrator impacted and influenced his journey as an author and presenter.