Monthly Archives: March 2011

Every lesson tells a story part two

This post was first published as the second part of a longer post about using narrative in teaching and learning. Part one talked about encouraging students to “tell the story” of their lessons. This part talks about how I experimented … Continue reading

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Cuisenaire rods

A few weeks ago, I got involved in a twitter conversation with Sandy Millin about cuisenaire rods and how and why we use them in class. We  both thought it’d be worth exploring beyond the 140 character limit of our … Continue reading

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eltpic 2000

Yesterday (Tuesday March 15) the 2000th photo was added to the #eltpics collection on flickr. This is how it appeared on my Tweetdeck screen. (If you don’t know about the #eltpics Twitter initiative follow the link above.) Alongside the 2000th … Continue reading

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