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Category Archives: The NeXt Lesson
As we finish up another semester of school I just wanted to spend a bit of time highlighting an amazing project done in one of our English classes. I wanted to highlight it as much for myself as for the … Continue reading
Just came across this TED talk and it is “contagious” in the words of Kiran Bir Sethi the founder of the Riverside school in India. It talks about the schools efforts to transform itself into a studio space that is centred … Continue reading
Knowledge Construction I have to be honest, when we at the TCDSB were first working through the ITL research, the one that gave me the most problems was Knowledge Construction. I just could not get my head around the idea … Continue reading
Self Regulation I was sent this video from Stepan Pruchnicky through Twitter wondering if there was an educational metaphor here. I responded to him with two tweets. This is why I love twitter because I would not have found this video, … Continue reading
Real World Problem-Solving and Innovation I have to start this post by saying that I am a confirmed TED-aholic. What an amazing idea and resource for just about everyone. You may notice, if you scroll through my posts, that I … Continue reading
Collaboration Collaboration is, in my mind, the most fundamental shift for the 21st Century learner and learning environment. Not to say that there have not been elements of Collaboration throughout education but it has been traditionally a function of experiment, … Continue reading