Yep. It has been a while since I have posted anything on to blog. But educator extraordinaire David Wee’s latest blog post is forcing me to reflect on my personal practice. Both at work and at home.
|Courtesy of David Wees 2014|
After posting this graphic to Google+ David received nearly 30 views in two hours.
I also commented on his post:
David’s response was professional at best, insight and revealing about his learning as an educator for (I’m taking a stab here) over 20+ years:
What does it mean to “ask questions that prompt thinking from all students”? How does one “become an expert in the ways students typically understand a subject”?
Rather than try to reduce teaching to simplistic formulas, I’m trying to figure out its complexity.
As the Reflective Educator, David is both provocative and insightful. Inquisitive and generous. I am very privileged to have him as part of my professional learning network.
Thanks for pushing me to think, David. We all need to be teacher and learners (probably learners first).