Just “good enough” is not good enough in education.

    I was recently talking to a primary school teacher who prides herself on being innovative and striving to engage her students in transdisciplinary inquiry on a regular basis.  She no longer uses textbooks as a main basis for instruction, but opts instead to engage students with more primary sources and to learn skills […]

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Kiran Sethi: Catch the “I Can” bug!

Take time to view this inspiring talk by Kiran Sethi.  She and her students have shown that the “I Can” bug is contagious and it’s a bug we all need to catch.

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Good Inquiry=Good Content

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  GOOD INQUIRY AND GOOD CONTENT LEARNING GO HAND IN HAND by Marjorie Henningsen, Grey Matters Education I’ll begin this post by stating up front that I do believe that an inquiry approach to learning and teaching in which students are protagonists in defining their own learning agenda offers the best hope for schools to […]

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Marjorie Henningsen–Children are Competent

From TEDxBeirut 2012:  Marjorie Henningsen helps us see how young children can set their own learning agenda.  They are capable of so much more than the typical preschool curriculum and classroom environment will allow.  We need a revolution of new possibilities in education.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQnxfxvtALw

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Partnering with students is our best bet for a meaningful integration of technology in education!

              Guest Blogger:  Ghinwa Itani Malas Technological revolution is a fact, it’s been around long enough for a whole generation to embrace it as an integral part of who they are, how they choose to use it and how to express themselves through it. We are mistaken if we think […]

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