If you are mindfully preparing for determining the grade, then merely riding the wave of learning experiences and collecting numerous artefacts is not enough.
“We’re all in this together.” How many times have we said this in the last year? We realize that to
‘The trees are still growing up!’ Decades ago, a colleague, Bob Thomas, exclaimed at one of our meetings, “If you’re
Effective questioning encourages learners to learn with and from each other, supporting a classroom community focused on eliciting and sharing thinking and building thinking skills.
Feedback drives learning. But as we learned in a previous post, not all feedback is productive. In this post, we’ll
How do we harness learning conversations in order to create a powerful artifact of thinking? It’s a conundrum!
The importance of sitting alongside a student is often understated or dismissed.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is the value of a conversation? Priceless!