Sustenance or swish?

Part II of the #IBDP Language and Literature course has long held a special spot in my heart. Just yesterday I was delighted to come across this amazing new feature via the NY Times, a monthly feature challenging our graph/media-literacy. Now, more than ever before, an awareness of the media’s power and an ability to […]

From fire hydrant to drinking fountain

Welcome to your 2017-2018 Academic Year! I had a(nother) great chat with our Head of PSE, Louisa the other day, and it inspired this post (thanks, Louisa). We teach and live in a world with more resources than ever before.  With all we have access to, sometimes it is difficult to know where to start, […]

Show, don’t tell

The quickest way to lose an audience is to start your slides with a big block of text.  I’m amazed at how often I see this happen in meetings.  Teachers spend so much time putting together amazing presentations for students, but for some reason we often short change our colleagues.  Images engage us, make us […]

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