Monthly Archives: May 2015

Finishing Strong…

So here we are, with less than a month to go before we head off for the summer holiday. I often marvel at how fast a school year goes by, and in many ways it seems like just yesterday that … Continue reading

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What Counts?

This year, I have been lucky enough to work with a talented group of educators who have helped me process, plan, deliberate, challenge, and fail. That last one is of course what I’m holding right now as I push myself … Continue reading

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Art at the Heart of What We Do…

So this past week I had a fun conversation with our outstanding IB Art teacher, Greg Giles. It was all about the importance of Art in education and the role that creativity plays in unlocking a person’s ability to learn, … Continue reading

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Language has Power…

So I had two experiences this past week that made me really think about how much power there is in the language that we use with others. These experiences have made me reflect deeply on how I have been using … Continue reading

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