Category Archives: 7. Curriculum

Step 7/8: Interface with curriculum requirements

Assessment presentations: some slides

The final assessment event brings together a learner’s presentation of their enquiry. Send me yours if you want me to add them to the list below (remove any proprietary material), or just post your own blog or comment with a … Continue reading

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Wordle of everything!

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Creation myths: initial steps in the inquiry

Here are two maps that track my inquiry around the core question: To what extent can we treat the Narnia lamp-post story as part of a creation myth? This is refined into two sub-questions: Taking the first question, the beginnings … Continue reading

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Moving to higher-order thinking

Take something you are really interested in. Work it into a presentation. Some of the key things to ask yourself: key question formulate a problem identify a tension identify underlying worldview issues. These are important in stimulating higher-order thinking. Take … Continue reading

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Categories and tags

This blog has eight categories, relating to the eight dynamics of a learner-driven enquiry. Personal Choice: concrete place/object Observation – description Generating questions Uncovering Narratives Mapping Connecting with existing knowledge Interface with curriculum requirements Assessment¬† – validation The blog also … Continue reading

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