Monthly Archives: November 2015

Why I share the Central Idea with my students

I stumbled onto this¬†thought provoking and very well written blog post that made me reflect on my pedagogical creed. It also sparked a few connections with something that I haven’t been thinking for a long time: John Dewey’s influence upon … Continue reading

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Visual Thinking Routines booklet

I have been using/practicing with students and getting first hand experiences of Project Zero’s Visual Thinking Routines. I found this very stylish booklet on issuu¬†and immediately started using it students:

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Minecraft and Education

Importance of Play in schools One of the current trends in the field of education is gamification. It is defined: the application of typical elements of game playing (e.g., point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to other areas … Continue reading

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