Tag Archives: Self Regulation

SAVMP: I was Inspired by…Ashton Kutchar??

Even as I write this I can’t believe that I am doing it because it means that I have to admit that I was moved and even inspired by something that Ashton Kutchar said. His upcoming movie JOBS may turn me … Continue reading

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Making Student Empowerment the Curriculum

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

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Be Educational Surgeons

I came across this TED talk by Ramsey Musallam and it was so refreshing because it spoke to me of what a classroom should look like but it also spoke to me about what the teaching profession should look like as … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Temptation of Differentiated Instruction

Greek mythology speaks of the sirens who “were dangerous and beautiful creatures, portrayed as femmes fatales who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island.” The myth is centred around the wisdom of … Continue reading

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LL May 16.2013

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

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