Category Archives: Personal Project

The Statement of Inquiry: A recipe we have to cook in a Global Context

In preparation for launching the unit for eAssessment 2017, a few colleagues and I engaged in dialogue on why the Global Context (GC) is provided. A few wondered, why not the Key Concept (KC) if we are working in a … Continue reading

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The Soul of the Personal Project

I have been interested in transitions for a long time. I am fond of the mental and cognitive transformation that all of us undergo when we move form one plateau to another. Some of these transitions are like the metamorphosis … Continue reading

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Savor reflection and let it flavor your new experiences

When discussing projects and how we must never underestimate the efforts we make while completing them, I always remember what my biology teacher told me in Middle School: a boat builder does not make a boat solely to drag it … Continue reading

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Another Brick on the Bridge

Humans are not ideally set up to understand logic; they are ideally set up to understand stories. — Rober C. Schank (Cognitive Scientist) One of the most effective ways for us to know, appreciate, and learn from what is happening … Continue reading

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