Now that all of your flannels have broken out, Fall has officially begun. The candy aisle at the supermarkets are growing and Halloween seems to be right around the corner. If you are a parent to young children, you are likely making arrangements to take your child trick-or-treating. If you are a parent with a teenager, they might have plans to go out that night. Whether or not this is the case, there are extra precautionary measures that all of us can take on Halloween to create…
Added by Amy Scholl on October 25, 2018 at 19:01 — No Comments
I must admit to feeling just a bit excited when I read recently that people are crying out for coaching and mentoring (although I did wince a bit at some of the language used in the article :D). This is a significant shift from seeing coaching and mentoring as something that used to be about performance management, or as something that seemed to be mainly reserved for…Continue
Added by Hazel Owen on October 24, 2018 at 21:20 — No Comments
I have been wondering about what makes an authentic context for learning because it seems that their are various definitions about what this really means. I posted a blog about this today in Hynessight and thought I would cross-post it in here because there is a great community to give feedback about such things.
The new digital technology areas in the New Zealand Curriculum both urge learning to be…Continue
Added by Leigh Hynes on October 15, 2018 at 17:14 — No Comments
I designed activities to either strengthen existing individual characteristics and/or worked on building the skills that supported resilience.
During problem solving exercises especially evident during the ‘Who Dun It’ stories one student went from guessing the answers to my questions, as his default response, to thinking about what he would say. I observed him thinking about the information he had and following…Continue
Added by Lorraine Vickery on October 13, 2018 at 14:44 — No Comments