Questioning a ‘Theory’

  My colleague who is a 2nd grade teacher shared her students' theory about the pattern which they found in multiplication. I can't recall exactly the sentence which she wrote on the board but the idea sounds like this: When you do multiplication, you can get the same answer when you half a number and … Continue reading Questioning a ‘Theory’

How Split Screen Helps Students Learn What, Why and How They Learn

Kath Murdoch in her book 'The Power of Inquiry' mentioned that learners tend to learn more effectively when they are clear about their purpose.  Knowing where you are going does not mean having to have every task mapped out in detail but it does mean clarity of purpose. Do I do this practice in the … Continue reading How Split Screen Helps Students Learn What, Why and How They Learn