Category Archives: Reflection

Protest Music – Online Interviews

This is a post to show the teachers working on the Protest Music project how we might get parents, students and other interested parties to give responses to the songs selected by the students. The students would select the song, … Continue reading

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Musings on Leadership, Trust and PLP

So, our PLP Group gave a presentation at our Culminating Event today, and one of our members, Micheline McManus, gave us the theme – improv. Yes, our presentation was going to be an improv – we were going to go … Continue reading

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Expanding the Web

  I’m about to start in a Powerful Learning Practice cohort with 5 members of my school community, and many more in our local independent school area. I’m excited for many reasons.  First of all, it’s so wonderful to have school … Continue reading

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A “Glorious Disaster”

So, in (7th Grade) Media Literacy last time, we tried a “backchannel” experiment. The theme for the day was “What is beauty?” – we normally look at pictures of photoshopped models and products, talk about who defines what beauty is … Continue reading

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Multiple Intelligences

The last 2 SpeechCraft classes have both been about Multiple Intelligences.  We use the Birmingham Grid website online assessment, which is designed for middle school and up. First, we take the online quiz.  It tells us our preferences for Interpersonal, … Continue reading

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