Concrete Learning

  • Posted by Dora Denk
  • On 2010-01-28
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  • 21st century learning, abstract, education, elementary school, inquiry, inquiry based learning, intuyu consulting, learning, pedagogy, students, symbolic, teaching, thinking, transfer of knowledge
I had a fascinating conversation yesterday whilst I was at Rowellyn Park Primary coaching Grade 5 and 6 teachers in developing inquiry based units. Janette Lewellyn, the school principal, had invited Mike Scadden from Brain Stems (http://www.brainstems.co.nz/) to work with the teachers the following day and Mike happened to be in the room as I […]
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Perceptions and Environment

  • Posted by Dora Denk
  • On 2010-01-08
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  • 21st century learning, education, elementary school, inquiry, inquiry based learning, intuyu consulting, learning, pedagogy, perceptions, primary school, students, teaching
Welcome to 2010 and the start of a whole new year of learning and discovery! Over the summer I have been involved in doing some research for Dr David Zyngier at the Faculty of Education at Monash University. David and I first met when I took over the ruMAD? program at the Education Foundation and […]
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