5 goals

I always find the PinkCasts awesome. I would to encourage you to watch this one: Pinkcast 2.17: Life advice from Warren Buffett I personally tried to do this exercise and it's really interesting! Here are my 25 goals and in bold, I have selected the 5 goals to focus on before moving to the others! … Continue reading 5 goals

Exploring cognitive coaching through ‘How wolves changed rivers’

You might have seen this video about 'how wolves changed rivers' after the reintroduction of a few wolfes in the Yellowstone National Park. This video is an outstanding resource to look at organizational change and empowerement. I have crafted some ways to explore it through the lens of Cognitive CoachingSM. (Find out miore about Cognitive CoachingSM … Continue reading Exploring cognitive coaching through ‘How wolves changed rivers’

Student-led PD?

I am thinking of havin a monthly theme (each month could be one of the ISTE Standards for students) in the staff room where students could lead to inspire teachers. For example, having them share their learning of a particular ISTE Standard at recess time, around the Staff room area. We could give different opportunities … Continue reading Student-led PD?

PYP – a constructivist appraoch

As the whole-school EdTech coach, I was particularly interested in the section about “ICT” (though I anticipate the name will change after the review). A constructivist classroom embraces 21st century learning which refuses to deny the world around us (the technology era) and focuses on the computational thinking skills and the 4 Cs (Creativity, Collaboration, Communication … Continue reading PYP – a constructivist appraoch

PYP Class book on "The Sounds of French" The book was created with the students and cover the three lines of inquiry and the central idea. Central Idea: Learning a new language helps me connect with myself and others. Chapter 1 - The sounds of the language (Line of Inquiry 1)  Students share their awarenesses about … Continue reading