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Linda Wollan 11 Mar 18
'People live in the worlds our questions create’ David Cooperrider
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Edna Sackson 3 Sep 18
Love the learning culture - a spontaneous invitation to an early morning reading group, a day in advance, gets 12 positive responses! Revisiting Cultures of Thinking by
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Chris Munro 12 Mar 18
Thanks ... and what a great day of reciprocal learning it was! Looking forward to the next steps in the coaching journey :)
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Edna Sackson 28 Aug 18
It’s much more complex than guided vs open inquiry! Are any of these wonderings that you share?
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Edna Sackson 14 Nov 18
Reviewing and rethinking the program of inquiry
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Chris Munro 15 Mar 18
A great Storify of participant tweets during my approach workshop earlier this week Thanks 👍
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Jina Belnick 13 Nov 18
OG maths - making connections to language learning “Spelling and reading go hand in hand - spelling helps reading, reading helps spelling”
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Megan Mckenzie 27 Aug 18
Ready to learn and grow with where are you on the blob tree in regards to teaching inquiry?
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Mandi Klinger 12 Mar 18
Thank you for a day of coaching insights. GROWTH. ACE. Looks,Sounds & Feels Like. Coaching Skills. Listening & Questioning. Yes/BUT - Yes/AND! So much inspiration! So much gratitude.
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Dean Kuran 12 Aug 18
The Important Thing, by Margaret Wise Brown
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Melissa Sokol 12 Aug 18
Discussing and debating which overarching key mathematical concepts should/could be enriching and driving our units.
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Catherine Morton 18 Mar 18
Thanks for sharing your insights. Much appreciated
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Jina Belnick 13 Jun 18
meet children at point of need and ensure they make progress. Don’t try to overteach and get them to be like everyone else.
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Chris Munro 12 Mar 18
I've just read through the feed from my workshop with the full Primary staff today. Fantastic insights! Lovely to see the key takeouts summarised by some very keen 'tweeters' among over 100 staff - great work!
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Megan Mckenzie 11 Mar 18
What do your conversations look like?
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Kristie Gibson 12 Aug 18
Worded problems are not the only opportunities for problem solving in mathematical learning @lanafleiszig
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Jocelyn Blumgart 23 Apr 18
gets students to do the heavy lifting re concept maps
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Dean Kuran 30 Aug 18
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Kristie Gibson 12 Aug 18
What mathematical concepts might be explored through origami? @lanafleiszig
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Linda Wollan 11 Mar 18
Feedback bridge… see the difference between ‘Yes, but…' and ‘Yes, and…’
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