Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ego vero, ideo in eo quod didici

“I publish, therefore I learn” This is my new koan:  Can we know that learning is taking place in the absence of sharing one’s new thinking or wondering? Seth Godin always gets me thinking . . . .    Shortly … Continue reading

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The WHY in y=mx+b And My New Best Friend

The Lesson Outcome: “Why is y=mx + b my new best friend?” is one of my new favourites! Why? It’s playful.  It makes me curious – what do you mean, I have a new ‘best friend?’  It brings me to … Continue reading

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Stretch and Grow!

I have just come to understand that “I grow people for a living and stretch myself for fun!” For me, to ‘stretch‘ is to pursue a constant state of relentless restlessness and to ‘grow people‘ is to lead in creating … Continue reading

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Is It The Right Time? Or, Do I Have Time Right?

Do we fully understand how we are trying to take ‘present-oriented beasts’ and make them into ‘future-oriented’ adults through the use of an ‘analogue’ system directed at a ‘digital’ consumer?  Why do we insist in not giving over control and … Continue reading

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Who, The WHY, some How and a bit of the What

I’m Chris Boston, a champion of public education, learning and an agent of change. As a public educator, I am committed to student learning through improving the quality of instruction and ensuring that every professional is acting with rigorous care. … Continue reading

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