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Monkey business

This post, by Nick Major, was originally published as part of a uChoose newsletter in September 2017. uChoose is a mentoring and coaching programme offered by CORE Education.September is here and Spring has sprung. This is the time we are encouraged to tidy up, declutter and breathe new life into…See More
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Education consultant
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How can we best harness the benefits of digital technologies to support teaching and learning without becoming unnecessarily distracted and overwhelmed by the ever increasing proliferation of technologies, tools and programs?
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Monkey business

Posted on September 15, 2017 at 4:30 0 Comments

This post, by Nick Major, was originally published as part of a uChoose newsletter in September 2017. uChoose is a mentoring and coaching programme offered by CORE Education.

September is here and Spring has sprung. This is the time we are encouraged to tidy up, declutter and breathe new…

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What's in a question?

Posted on February 1, 2017 at 9:40 2 Comments

I’ve been wondering about the effectiveness of the sorts of questions I commonly ask during during mentoring / coaching sessions. I realise that I have a tendency to ask quite a few ‘Why?” questions.

Why do you think this (situation) is happening?

Why is …. important to you?

On reflection, this has probably come from Simon Sinek’s ‘Start with Why’ mantra, and of course Sinek’s assertion is that the ‘Why’ question is a powerful way of leading and inspiring colleagues to…

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