Monthly Archives: October 2012

Learning2.012: Let Students take control of their Learning.

Wow, what a week.  I arrived back in Kobe at 10 pm on Sunday, hit the ground running on Monday morning. The week was crazy: loads of out of school meetings and events, and I even interviewed for an internal … Continue reading

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Never in neutral, always engaged.

This post was supposed to be about a great differentiation lesson. But when I asked students to evaluate their experience, something else, that I cannot ignore, happened. Last week in grade 10 extended mathematics classes, I did a differentiated lesson … Continue reading

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