Distance Learning QuickQuest - Dunning-Kruger: Learning, Expertise & Confidence

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Tom March
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6th - 12th
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This is a slimmed down version of a real WebQuest. It still uses engaging real, rich and relevant Web resources (YouTube videos & links) and prompted activities to help students stretch their learning.

  • Introduction to the crazy "Dunning-Kruger Effect" where those who know little are confident in their expertise.
  • A shift to appreciate "Intellectual Humility"
  • Ending with an introduction and engagement with Flow Theory to enhance students' own positive growth.

This "Learning to Learn" activity leads to and supports your use of models like:

  • Flow - Csíkszentmihályi
  • Growth Mindset - Carol Dweck
  • Habits of Mind - Costa & Kallick
  • Positive Psychology & PERMA - Seligman
  • Self-Awareness - CASEL

Read an overview and see a video explainer at my Blog: TomMarch.com

Also: if you have ideas for other topics for QuickQuests, here's a short form you can use to suggest topics. I really want to hear what you're interested in!

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