I saw this message printed on the side of a box that was let outside my classroom. It was there for a few days and every time I walked out the door I found myself smiling as I read the side of the box.
I started to think about that phrase, 'Open a World of Possible' . . .
Then I had to take a photo, not sure what I was going to do with the image, but as it was playing in my head so that was enough reason to take a photograph!
If I applied that simple idea to my students and their learning what could happen?
My approach to student learning is individualised and I have to have a really good reason to stop self initiated learning ideas. This gives students ownership to drive their learning but comes with responsibilities and the expectation that they will set goals, have a clear purpose, reflect on learning and can demonstrate understanding through making connections and reflecting. So yes my thinking is already about making 'learning possible' but there more that I could be doing so now I need to open that question to a wider audience.
So today I am going to ask the question . . .
'How can we open a world of possible?'
Teaching in an IBPYP school; interests: student agency, technology integration, growth mindset & the continuous cycle of improvement that is the world of education, learning and being!