How many times in a day do we see the colour blue? Other than sky, there really isn’t much in nature that is inherently a vibrant blue. It’s not a colour that you instantly notice. That is certainly because
Thanks for the comment. I am pleased that you are going to try the thinking routine after your holidays. It is a great way of getting a handle on the children’s thinking at that current time. Their thinking on our Unit was amazing, even after a 2 and a half week holiday. I would be very interested in hearing how you get on with your…[Read more]
We are able to share thoughts and ideas about anything and everything with the click of a button. It is so easy to share these days and we all do it. We share our thoughts about a variety of subject areas from the
Working with 5 and 6 year old children is a real way to keep you on your toes. They constantly bring new ideas, and are happy to share their thoughts in the classroom. They generate so many creative ideas that
When Ron Ritchart came to International School of Luxembourg (I.S.L.), he ended his time with the Lower School Faculty by using the Back to the Future Protocol. It was so helpful to use this particular p
Thanks so much for your comments. We are using it as platform to share what is happening at ISL and sharing our practice with other educators globally.
I think the Course from Harvard has been so helpful for the ATL’s to work together collaboratively and to help begin our schools journey to creating a Culture of Thinking, Making…[Read more]
Thanks for your comments. That’s awesome that you are trying out these routines in your classroom and also in shared areas ( during UN week). I love how you are using these routines in French – it will be so beneficial for the students to be able to think like this in both English and French.
I am particularly interested in the…[Read more]
We are coming to the end of a Course that the ATL’s have been taking, online from Project Zero called Making Learning Visible. The Course is inspired by the innovative educational philosophy that originated in
Thanks for the comment. I think children sharing their thinking and learning in such a way provides an authentic audience for their voice, on a global scale.
Technology has allowed for these connections which make the world a smaller place and allow for global collaboration through projects, commenting and reflections. Tanya and…[Read more]
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Joel Bevans commented on the post, Travelling Tales -A COETAIL Course 5 Final Project, on the site Future Wise | 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Thanks so much for your comments. The children loved Travelling Tales and are still getting excited about working with different children around the world. I think that the excitement and anticipation is a huge factor. I keep on hearing “What will happen next?” when they are talking about the Tales. It is great to hear…
Thanks again…[Read more]In reply to - Joel Bevans wrote a new post, Travelling Tales -A COETAIL Course 5 Final Project, on the site Future Wise Travelling Tales When creating this video, I thought it would be challenging to make 10 minutes’ worth o […] · View
Thanks for your comments. Yes it is amazing what children can do when they are invested in what they are doing. They showed that they thought there was real purpose behind their learning so as a result took complete ownership. It was amazing to be part of.
Thanks for all your help and support and leadership throughout COETAIL – it…[Read more]
Joel Bevans commented on the post, Travelling Tales -A COETAIL Course 5 Final Project, on the site Future Wise | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Thanks for you comments Magali. Yes a French version would be great. I’ll put some tweets out over the next week or so and see what comes back. Do you know anyone else around the world? Thanks again Cheers JoelIn reply to - Joel Bevans wrote a new post, Travelling Tales -A COETAIL Course 5 Final Project, on the site Future Wise Travelling Tales When creating this video, I thought it would be challenging to make 10 minutes’ worth o […] · View
Thanks for sharing your project and video. What a brilliant concept to help your very busy library. It really gives your library a community and collaborative feel and empowers the children. I really like how the children are designing the badges too!
Good luck in your future badge…ing
Love the Stranger Things feel throughout the whole video! I was expecting Eleven to appear at any time!
Your project is well thought out and I love the student reflections and presentations. It is clear that they have learnt some pretty awesome transferable skills throughout the entire project.
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Brilliant project. Well done! Your video is so clear and concise and your reflections throughout give your project ways in which in can grow in the future.
Assessing children on their particular needs is complicated stuff but it looks like through the use of technology you are beginning to get your head around it all.
Thank for…[Read more]
Awesome project Magali,
I love the fact you are given your students so much choice in the classroom so that they fell empowered. The way you ended your video is so important moving forward…it is all about the process not the final product.
Well done on an awesome COETAIL experience. It has been great to be part of it with you.
From one of…[Read more]
Joel Bevans commented on the post, Course 5 Final Project. Inquiry into Collaboration the Minecraft Way, on the site A deep breath moment | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
What a brilliant project you have created. This is truly inspirational what you have managed to achieve through one project… digital citizenship, digital footprints, communication, blogging, collaboration, goal setting, community, coaching. So much going on!
It was amazing to see the students show us around what they had created in…[Read more]In reply to - Suzy Ramsden wrote a new post, Course 5 Final Project. Inquiry into Collaboration the Minecraft Way, on the site A deep breath moment The End is Really the Beginning My final project ends where I […] · View
Superb job on your project and video. It really is an empowering project for your students.
I really like how you have laid out the paths so that anyone around the world can take your project and make it work in their classroom. The students creating the charts about each app is a genius idea and forms an anchor chart for the rest…[Read more]