I created this GoogleDoc with images of women in Tech to print and display in my school in order to inspire young girls with tech and computer science.
For the past few months, I have started to a video series called " Pedagogical Perspectives" to capture best practices from the teachers at my school. This has been a fantastic experience so far, making teachers proud of their work and sharing beyond their classroom. Have a look at this playlist!
We had such a lovely time making with parents at my school. This video capture the atmosphere of this maker morning, an exciting experience to build a sense of community and promote creativity and collaboration! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OX70AmoJB0
I am grateful that Andrew Wheelock invited me to share my work. I am now looking forward to meet him at ISTE 2017! This is the youtube video of our interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9jLlgO8GTo&feature=youtu.be
Apart from the students and teachers in my school and of course my family and friend circle, I would like to share my top 5 "champions" when it comes to inspiring my work 🙂 Caleb Gattegno Dr Gattegno (1911–1988) was a precursor of students' voice and choice. He developed tools that facilitate visible and tangible … Continue reading Some people who inspire me…
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I am so grateful about Nicole Krueger's article about my innovation journey with edtech in my school. This is a beautiful article that really showcase the passion for learning, sharing, collaborating and it keeps me so motivated and proud of the shared effort that I have put along with my awesome team of EdTech Mentors, … Continue reading My Moonshot journey with EdTech
I am so excited to go to ISTE for the second time and to have 2 of my 3 proposals accepted. It's great to see the progress made over the years. One of my session is in collaboration with Richard Anderson that is my close collaborator for the last 2 years (despite the 10,000 km … Continue reading ISTE 2017 Sessions
I am a BIG fan of Daniel Pink and I eat, sleep and breath his concept of "Mastery, Autonomy and Purpose". Source: http://www.hugscafe.org/stepping-stones/answering-the-call/ I am passionate about Moonshot Thinking: I feel educators do not always feel they have a voice and choice because they are feeling overwhelmed with administrative tasks, procedures and meetings that do not … Continue reading My work is my passion
I know that the words are scary: "computational thinking"... Does this only mean stuff some geeks do with code and robots? NOPE! Computational Thinking is one of the new ISTE Standards for Students (2016) which deals with critical thinking + computing. Every teacher can integrate CT in their lessons. It's all about unleashing the power … Continue reading Computational Thinking is not complicated