Sometimes, it’s the scope of cognition that changes how we behave as individuals and groups.

When we shift our minds to the function of leading adult learning, what might be some tools that we can use to get started? This post presents a few tools for consideration, which have proved useful and transfer across different contexts. The reader will have to figure out which ones might work for your context […]

This is the first of a series of posts being developed to support the IB Coordinator. As a school visit leader and consultant with the IB Educators Network, it’s an observation that there may be a need for a layer of thinking accompanying the procedural and programme knowledge that is available to coordinators. This is […]

“We will have to learn our way into understanding.”– Eleanor Drago-Severson I asked a question this morning to my Twitter PLN of educators engaged in implementing IB programmes. It was a simple question, “What might be some questions you’d have liked answered when you first became an IB Coordinator?” Perhaps the intention for posting this […]