There is a bridge between teaching and learning made explicit in the IB World through the framework Approaches to Teaching and Learning.
The pace of change in the world is an oft-mentioned idea, and actually has been a topic whose presence in conversation and media has gained frequency and predominance for a number of years. A decade ago, we marvelled at the 2008 version of the video Shift Happens. In 2018, we are finally beginning to feel […]
We’ve all met learners who are amazing to watch in their learning process. Learners who exhibit what Annie Murphy Paul calls a high “learning quotient” or highly effective learning approaches tend to do things like: Seek effective feedback Persevere through challenging tasks Self-regulate, self monitor and self modify based on feedback Embrace challenging tasks Engage […]
It’s amazing how much education has changed given that people generally are immune to change (Kegan & Lahey, 2009). Remember when we used to use technology in the ways we would use printed material and paper? The internet was a large library, websites were like virtual books or book collections, and students and teachers created […]
You are standing at a place you’ve never been. All you have is a map, your brain, and a will to find out. Your map doesn’t have the GPS voice saying, “Enter the roundabout and take the third exit.” Nevertheless, the map is a tool from which you can glean useful information to make your […]