Leaders and educators across the spectrum of disciplines can improve student learning and academic retention by making a simple “tilt” in instructional design. In this highly engaging book, the editors did a great job expanding perspectives by looking through the lens of the learner. The content clearly demonstrates how to reduce knowledge gaps between educators and students by using the Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) framework of Purpose-Task-Criteria for instructional design. Grounded in evidence-based research and using metacognition as foundation, TILT offers educators at all levels, an opportunity to engage students in deeper learning activities by exposing the rationale that undergirds instruction. Often written in the first person, this collection of stories interweaves quantitative data with the rich qualitative context showcasing how TILT is used across multiple settings. As you read, you cannot help but experience the transparent design process.
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