Tag Archives: self-directed learning

Guiding Student Reflection – The Journey So Far

As I write this post, I have just applied to begin a directed study at university on guiding student reflection. Here, I am documenting my journey so far. In my work at One Day School and at Gifted Online, I … Continue reading

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Feedback – Staff vs Students

Chris Lehmann blogged on giving teachers feedback today: I wanted to give feedback to teachers in a way that was productive, useful, manageable, and as non-judgemental as possible. This is not the first time I have noticed how careful we … Continue reading

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Frodo, Facilitation and Feedback

The character of Frodo Baggins can teach us many things. He can teach us the value of perseverance. He can teach us the value of a best friend. He can teach us that one facial expression is enough for some … Continue reading

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