A meeting protocol which uses dialog to surface assumptions, clarify group identity, and moves into a discussion leading into focus and action plans.
Polarities consist of the tension between two stances, and often they are perceived as problems when they are not; polarities co-exist, and when organizations address one to the neglect of the other, the imbalance creates conflict, or at least disagreement.
Especially as it pertains to creating conditions for learning, mandating a pace that might carry forward each and every one in the organization is a delicate and complex bundle of decisions.
It’s a long journey and a complex one. How might we inquire our way toward building a successful MYP?
“Out beyond ideas of right and wrong, there is a garden. I’ll meet you there.”
– Jelaluddin Rumi
Hirsch’s concept of feedforward presents us with the force of time orientation as a mindshift for assessment to become part of how our schools self-organise and lead toward transformation.
Teaching students to become more self-directed in their approaches to learning is our goal. When we…