The Adaptable Scholar

Has technology encouraged a new approach to scholarship? Madeline Brookes recommended Martin Weller‘s new(ish) book The

Looking ‘life-wide’ with digital literacy

Recently I came across a definition for ePortfolios that aligns so nicely with the Philosophy of

Spark that impulse…

Listening to others begins with self-awareness. The longer I’ve been in education, the more I’ve come

Make better Mirrors.

“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” ― Albert Einstein How can we better teach

Reflection and Refraction in The Classroom

If reflection can only happen in learning ecologies where learners are given time and direction, refraction can

Sustenance or swish?

Part II of the #IBDP Language and Literature course has long held a special spot in

Look What PD Made You Do

Networked flickr photo by nrg_crisis shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC) license Why invest time in

Flipboard is an IBDP teacher’s BFF

Looking to extend your students (your self and colleagues) collaboratively this year? Flipboard is a great

From fire hydrant to drinking fountain

Welcome to your 2017-2018 Academic Year! I had a(nother) great chat with our Head of PSE,

Your True Teacher Self

This post is inspired by Invisibilia’s podcast episode available here: “You think that there is some essence

Calling time-out.

Sport Gestein flickr photo by WarrenMillerEnt shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license “Do we want

Blogger’s Block: A quick remedy

generator.x show flickr photo by jared shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license What can nine

Intentional Introversion

quiet flickr photo by hoodoo youdo shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license A little Quiet

Classroom makeover as professional development?

meet our Spacebusters… A few weeks ago, the amazing Maija Ruokanen visited our school.  Here’s a

Owning up to the ownership shift

  How can teachers foster the creativity, entrepreneurialism, and lifelong curiosity necessary for young people to