Goal setting is an essential part of Instructional Leadership, yet also laden with many difficulties. What do we need to do to create meaningful goals?
Director Reflections on a Day of Swimming in the Deep End — Read on http://www.learningforwardontario.ca/post/director-reflections-on-a-day-of-swimming-in-the-deep-end
Why not build math comprehension of complex problems with guided reading groups? How can we do this?
Mrs Golding's Musings: Article Study: A Measure of Concern — Read on mrsgolding.blogspot.com/2019/03/article-study-measure-of-concern.html
Supporting students who struggle in math with developmentally appropriate content and pedagogical strategies
Facilitating quality math talk in the classroom is essential to promote student learning. However, this can be very challenging. One cornerstone of effective math talk, is the ability to listen, question, paraphrase and learn from other students. Despite the fact that teachers create classroom norms and expectations around effective communication, students may be inadvertently reinforced... Continue Reading →
We want our students to think critically about the sites on the internet. We want them to think critically about the information shared online, and make sure that the information is bias free. Particularly when conducting research. Perhaps most important, we want students to not be swayed into rhetoric that is damaging or dangerous to... Continue Reading →
I think that feedback is one of those constructs in education that seems both ‘common sensical’ yet elusive at the same time. It is absolutely essential to learning, (and we all know this to be true), but for me, the feedback always seemed to something I had to ‘complete’ or ‘achieve’ with the students at... Continue Reading →