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Beyond Blogging

I am offering a PD session based on the recent #BeyondBlogging workshop I attended in Yokohama, extremely capably run by Rebekah Madrid (@ndbekah) & Jabiz Raisdana (@intrepidteacher). I have wanted to take the time to pen my thoughts from the … Continue reading

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The supreme importance of questions.

This week has been a big one for me regarding the value of questions. As educators, we know the value of asking good quality questions to stimulate student thinking. The Harvard publication, Making Thinking Visible repeatedly emphasises the value of … Continue reading

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Walking the walk.

I participate in several good discussion groups online. Currently I am enjoying a weekly chat about the book Making Thinking Visible, in the context of middle and high school mathematics. I am really enjoying the chat: the other participants share … Continue reading

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What makes you say that?

I had a minor epiphany today, when two books I am reading, converged to make a common point that struck me. As I prepare for an associate principal role in my school next year, I am reading as much as … Continue reading

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