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David Truss
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Did a podcast with +Corey Engstrom, which inspired this post. 

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A great, student created video. Learn more at our Open House on Thursday Jan. 12th, 7pm tinyurl.com/ihubopen17 

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It takes me a while to get to my point that we need to value ambiguity when teaching students. 

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David Truss commented on a post on Blogger.
Impressive project. Love the Collaborate infographic, and I am thrilled to see an educator sharing a reflection like this!

A post like this brings back memories of when I was a middle school teacher, coming home and reading a reflective post like this would excite me to do something that engaged students in the same way. If you are anything like me, the act of writing the post has become an essential part of your reflective process which helps you: synthesize what you learned; distil what worked and what didn't; and plan future projects more effectively. And while you are helping yourself, because you blogged it, others (like me) get to benefit as well.

Sean, thank you for contributing to my learning!
~Dave

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A comprehensive post on different ways to increase inquiry time in schools, moving from minimal system change to full redesign of schools.

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A great project, still in progress at Inquiry Hub Secondary School.

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Do we spend enough time questioning the question?

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You are not 'in the trenches'!

  I do not know of a time in history when ‘being in the trenches’ conjured a pleasant image? Yet in the past few weeks I’ve heard teaching referred to a number of times that way. I’ve made this reference before, but not for a long time now, and that has…
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