In this post I explain our collaborative planning experience as we revisit an established unit of inquiry, as well as, how that leads to teaching oneself and creating practical resources for our students in an attempt to make sense of it all. Planning and resources are shared.
Only very new to using Twitter, I was pleased to finally have a rapid and effective way to find professional conversations, links and topics that I am interested in and need for my professional development. I recently found Erin Mahollitz and her website, Teaching Mahollitz: Tales from a Third Grade Classroom via Twitter. As my goal is to better my craft of teaching through learning and reflection, I have found her two posts on the topic of reflection, SOLSC: Rethinking Reflection and Cultivating A Reflective Practice, thoughtful and useful to my practice. If you are reading my posts, you may find her reflections of interest to you too. From Singapore to Estonia, thank you Erin.
Hi, I am Natasha Hutchins an international teacher collaborating, exploring and sharing ideas with others, like myself from around the world, for our collective professional development and enjoyment of learning and teaching.