Tag Archives: Professional Learning

Stories of Change

Here are my sketch notes from the NOII Symposium.  [Aside: find the typos:)] PDF of Innovative Learning Environments – OECD presentation PDF of Stories of Change Advertisements

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How’s that working for you?

“How’s that working for you?” This is a question I have heard several times over the past few years and heard three times in the past two days. I am reminded of how important a question it is. Here’s why: … Continue reading

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Some Current Pro D in the VSB

Much of my VSB “work” has been moved to this site. Current Pro D that I am involved in is highlighted on this page.

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AfL Overview — a syllabus for teachers

This is a first draft of an AfL syllabus I generated for myself as a way of summarizing much of what I was learning & using. Your feedback, especially critical, is welcomed. If you want to find out more about … Continue reading

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Revised Assessment in Action – April 20th – Churchill

This event has been changed and scaled down. Unfortunately the number of teachers who have signed up does not justify the cost of having Judy & Linda come & present. Fortunately I am very familiar with their work (and am … Continue reading

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Putting Understanding First

a.k.a. Starting Higher on Bloom’s Taxonomy In my science courses I am working on re-framing the current curriculum into an inquiry framework.  Often, the emphasis in planning & instruction is placed on the acquisition of background knowledge with higher order … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Granted, and…:
UPDATE: Cool. This post was nominated and made the shortlist for Most Influential Post of 2012 by edublog. I’m really honored! What if the earth moves and the sun is at rest? What if gravity…

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