Does your lesson allow for creation of new tasks previously inconceivable?
Do your students, create, collaborate, or connect beyond the classroom?
Does your lesson allow students to engage in high levels of critical thinking?
Does your lesson offer extended thinking through an investigation, with time to think and process multiple conditions of the problem?
Does your lesson allow for significant task redesign?
How are students using technology to learn how to learn?
Does your lesson require strategic thinking?
Does your lesson offer opportunities for students to reason, develop a plan, or a sequence of steps?
Does your lesson plan use tech as a direct tool substitute with functional change?
Is your lesson scaffolded to build up to a transformative lesson?
Does your lesson develop skills leading to a deeper level of critical thinking?
Do students apply concepts or conceptual knowledge in two or more steps?
Does your lesson design act as a direct tool substitute with no functional change?
Is your lesson teaching foundational skills that will lead to more complex skills?
Do your lesson ask students to recall a fact, information, or procedure?
Does your lesson ask students to process information at a low level?
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