Tag Archives: #tllp2016

Self-Reg: a Summary in #Sketchnotes

Earlier this month, TeachOntario provided a Professional Learning Series session with Stuart Shanker, author of Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (and You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage With Life, and founder of the MEHRIT Centre.  My current research into the … Continue reading

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Challenging Assumptions: Classroom Design

I love having conferences with my students, but my set-up needs work. Any suggestions? #TLLP #DiveIntoInquiry @925East #SGDSB pic.twitter.com/ovLJY0ogOT — Colleen Rose (@ColleenKR) January 19, 2017 Conferences have always been a part of my interactions with students, but I can’t … Continue reading

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Organization: My Nemesis

Nemesis: the inescapable agent of someone’s or something’s downfall. a long-standing rival; an archenemy. Thank you, Google.  You have described my relationship with Organization perfectly.  Organization deserves to be capitalized in my world, since it has grown into its own entity; … Continue reading

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Hindsight is 20/20: #DiveIntoInquiry

 

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A Step in the Right Direction: #DiveIntoInquiry

Last month, I hit a wall.  I realized that I had been assuming quite a bit about my pedagogical methods as well as my classroom structure, and I knew I had work to do.  What that work was, wasn’t obvious … Continue reading

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Humble Pie

I don’t like it when I don’t have it all figured out.  It kinda sucks.  I’ve been teaching since 1999, and there are many days when I still feel absolutely clueless.  This year, I’m working on a TLLP with my … Continue reading

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Just a Project. Just a Mark.

Yesterday, something happened that hadn’t happened before.  A student was concerned that he wouldn’t finish his project by the due date (I have mixed feelings on due dates, but I won’t discuss this in today’s post).  He said “I can … Continue reading

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