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Day 19: RT - student reflection

Name three powerful ways students can reflect on their learning, then discuss closely the one you use most often.

Reflection sheets, journals/blogs, exit tickets.

In the past I most frequently used reflection sheets.   158 more words

Reflective Teaching 30 Day Challenge

Live Encounters, by Richard Brady

Live Encounters, by Richard Brady

Richard is a dharmacharaya in Thich Nhat Hanh’s tradition and founder of the Mindfulness In Education Network.

Parker Palmer is fond of saying, “We teach who we are.”  If we’re mindfulness practitioners, we are people on the path of embodying mindfulness in our lives.   337 more words

About the research project

This research project is being undertaken to draw out key themes from the Changing the Learning Landscapes (CLL) project. Changing the Learning Landscape is a groundbreaking partnership between the… 166 more words

Digital Fluency

Reindeer snow grab

Scratch is a free online program that enables users the ability to create interactive animations and games.  The learning activity was to design an animation or game using the scratch program.  352 more words

Why Not to Focus on Transformation

I hear and read a lot about “transformation” these days. “How can we transform education?” “How will my organization transform learning?” etc. Oftentimes, these conversations include the use of technology in the equation and how it can transform the classroom. 491 more words

Technology Integration

Iwi Partnerships

This term we celebrate our Maori and Pasifika students with their own special Year 13 graduation. It is something I am most proud of at our school. 280 more words

Challenging Our Process

“We are overly focused on outcomes and not process” (Jones, 2004, p. 4)

There are a lot of challenge competitions people can participate in going around. 474 more words