Tag Archives: Supportive Educational Systems

Coherence Building – A Student Numeracy Gap with a Teacher led Response

Much has been written about the helpfulness of having coherence in systems, including education systems. A Living Systems approach has the potential to grow and sustain this kind of coherence. At present, this occurs in some individual school settings, but … Continue reading

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A Living System – A way to develop lasting learning communities

Please follow the link below to read about a way to develop lasting learning communities. This article is posted on the Canadian Education Association (CEA) site and can also be found in hard copy in the March 2015 Education Canada … Continue reading

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Math Ambassadors – Students as Curriculum Leaders

Principal’s forward: Leadership that is growth oriented, appropriate, and distributed widely within the school community has a real likelihood of positively affecting all members of the community in a lasting way.  (This is an important facet of a living systems … Continue reading

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Challenges with Learning Communities

Recently on twitter, I responded to a fellow tweeter (@ChrisWejr) when he asked if anyone had tried and been successful in creating a “Professional Learning Community” in BC.  (You see, BC has some interesting politics and furthermore, it is my … Continue reading

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