Inquiry-based learning is a method of instruction that allows students to explore, ask questions and find their own answers. This learning style contrasts more traditional forms of teaching whereby teachers dictate what is to be learned and provide direct guidance on how to do so.This post will detail why we think inquiry-based learning has many… Continue reading Inquiry based learning in dance- guest blog by Sumit Raghav
When I first commenced working at a school that followed the International Baccalaureate, I don’t think that I grasped the depths of methods to encourage student learning. I came from a traditional school background and had no idea about the latest in technology as well as student voice and choice. Looking back now, I wonder… Continue reading Student Agency- Learners create their own assessment tools
When we turned to remote learning at the beginning of the pandemic, we laboured through technical issues and worked relentlessly to ensure that students could continue their education seamlessly. We went through countless tutorials of Microsoft teams and collaborated on which tools would be most apt for various age groups. All the teams was a… Continue reading Tech Thursday- a review of Google Jamboard
I have always been enthralled by the principles of an IB education which include progressive ideas of student agency, action and a mission to create global citizens of the future. Unfortunately, before the school year began in 2020, we were thrown into the unchartered waters of a historic pandemic. As educators, the immediate challenge was… Continue reading Learning and teaching during pandemic times
What is Coursera? Coursera is a website that claims to build your skills by offering courses from top-notch universities such as Yale, Stanford, Harvard, and many more. This site boasts of courses in a plethora of fields, including engineering, education, language arts, and so much more. Coursera offers what are known as MOOCs (Massive Open… Continue reading Coursera- is it worth it?