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Keynote – Richard Wells

Some takeout from Richard Well’s day 2 keynote. You don’t see the rugby coach on the field, opposite in the classroom. Playground games – kids don’t need a teacher to play. They know the strategies. Oblique strategies – by Brian … Continue reading

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Growth Mindset workshop with Carol Dweck

Negative stereotypes, deficient thinking, ‘Can’t do this coz I’m dumb’… This type of attitude is not new in schooling but I discovered a new term for it a few years again when I first came across the concept of Growth … Continue reading

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Tony Ryan – Agents of Change

Well, where to start – maybe with the abstract for the presentation: “Some people just seem to change the world. They consistently make it a more sustainable and inspiring place for the rest of us.  For the sake of this … Continue reading

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Dr Jack Bacon

Here’s the blurb on Dr Jack who was the opening Keynote for the 2011 ULearn conference in Rotorua: Jack is one of the most requested speakers in the world for topics concerning technology and the factors that shape human society. … Continue reading

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Life, the universe and everything

Andy Fletcher is a teacher who spends most of his time know giving workshops to international schools based around Theory of Knowledge themes. Today, he was presenting a one day workshop for TOK students from a couple of Shanghai international … Continue reading

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