Over 12 months ago, whilst still in the classroom, I had the opportunity to co-author a research publication around the role of Teaching as Inquiry and how to support teachers in structuring their in class research and learnings. Finally it has arrived and I wanted to share this piece of work with you all.
Improving the quality of learning outcomes for…
There are many differences between a coach and a consultant, although, at first glance some of them may not be obvious, especially in the context of business. One way of thinking about it is to compare the following scenarios where the goal is to integrate horse riding into your life / business:
Working with a coach would support you to identify…Continue
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Globally, a wide range of organisations and businesses are developing a coaching culture (Weekes, 2008), in the hope of realising a wide range of benefits, that include personal and professional growth (Hay, 1995), resilience in the face of change, business development, talent management, and the fostering of leadership and personal effectiveness. Coaching, when…Continue
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From the beginning, some relationships are wrought with contradictions and ambiguities. They never quite find a secure foothold in our lives, and yet they can linger in the background and exist in ways we may celebrate one moment and take for granted in the next. If they survive long enough, these relationships form an arc that evolves with us over time to reflect who we are as individuals and in the context of our communities.
So goes my relationship with…Continue
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I was fortunate in my role as national Digi Advisor to collaborate with Dylan Owens from the National Library. We co-presented at Ulearn on how to locate and then effectively use digital primary sources as both Digistore and the National Library have primary source collections. This presentation was repeated as an online webinar as part of the Enabling e-Learning webinar series and it is available…Continue
I recently read an article on the BBC Technology site about an open source font designed specifically to help those with dyslexia, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19734341. The article describes the OpenDyslexic font as a set of "characters have been given "heavy-weighted bottoms" to prevent them from flipping and swapping around in the minds of their readers".
The font has been available for just under…Continue
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source), and then goes on to explain, as educators we need to be aware of these beliefs. This awareness, she feels, will help us “seek to understand the foundation of beliefs of each student” (…Continue
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Don’t just play on your phone, program it
President Barack Obama
We at Scratchpad believe our children need to move to being creators rather than just users.
We are starting a new educational venture that is focused on helping youngsters (and the young at heart) to love, use, and program technology - to help them develop skills that prepare them for the future and last a lifetime.…Continue
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In part 1, Teachers are doing it for themselves - PLD that is! we explored the upsurgence of emerging communities of practice and increased opportunities for online professional learning - in organised online communities as well as personal learning networks, using social networking…Continue
In general, the main characteristics of coaching in all approaches include the notion of change. Learning, by its very nature is change, such that when we learn we will have changed our…Continue
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Imagine you are about to set off on a trip to explore somewhere really significant to you. You might go to Google Maps (or an equivalent online service … or maybe even a paper map), and then type in your destination (goal). To get directions you would also need to add your current location (reality), and choose whether you want to travel by car, foot, bike or bus (options).…Continue
If you are here then you are part of the huge paradigm shift in the field of education. Your considering the materials on Ethos Consultancy http://www.ethosconsultancynz.com/ is changing your perceptions of your reality. That shapes your thinking, talking and choosing. Each one of your choices have consequences. The sum of those consequences leaves patterns of results. Others are watching you to imitate or avoid repeating your…Continue
Crossblogged from Hynessight
In August, I blogged about the Backlash or Implementation Dip?. Since then, there seems to have been a further media stirring of that…Continue
Coaching has many definitions that outline what it is and what it has been designed to achieve (Ives, 2008). In part, the sheer range of definitions is indicative of the way the mentoring / coaching dichotomy emerged, as well as the multiple influences on coaching from, for example, therapeutic and personal-development approaches (Williams, 2014). The…Continue
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If you have been a member of the Ethos Online Community for any length of time, you will have read, watched, thought about, and / or commented on something that the wonderful John S Oliver has shared.
A while ago, John…Continue
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