If you couldn’t make it to last Wednesday’s AISI Action research twitter chat, you missed out on a buffet of thought-provoking conversation and inspiration. We wrapped up a few leftovers for you; just a sampling of the some of the top tweets from evening. Enjoy!
The action research process can help you understand what is happening in your classroom and identify changes that improve teaching and learning. Join us for a Twitter chat where we talk about Action Research as an Iterative Process.
No words could be truer than when American author, Dale Carnegie said “people rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” At Powerful Learning Practice we not only believe in learning and reflecting deeply but having fun as well! That’s why we decided to have some fun and host a contest for participants of our year long connected learner experience.
We started with the idea of developing a culture of collaboration, and then saw the value of being a connected learner and merged the two ideas. Collaboration has been identified as a core element of the Teaching and Learning Paradigm at Friends School. Being learners ourselves helped us develop empathy for others who are just beginning this journey, and we wanted to help others see the value in developing a PLN, and then see how this would increase our ability to collaborate.