The tour guide on the side – inquiry outside the classroom

Field trips. Barking at the children to not touch, wander off, fidget and listen attentively all while in the public eye. It's stressful. Does it need to be? Inquiry learning is something teachers plan for in the safety of the school environment. However, once we take children on field trips, it's easy to slip back into... Continue Reading →

Weekly Reflection: killing the love of learning

During the last week I had the privilege of accompanying my class to view the exhibition of the nursery and kindergarten learners. I've always been in awe of the teachers working with the little ones. Their classrooms are engine rooms of learning and creativity yet their expertise is often devalued. There's a general snark, sometimes sadly heard from... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: