Curiosity, Thinking and Learning

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I prepared a presentation that was an opportunity to succinctly record my thinking about teaching and learning. I reflected on the role of curiosity and thinking in the learning process and how connectedness and collaboration allow for learners to build capability. I think I will record my presentation and upload it to my blog as this is my record of my reflection. I also looked at the number of delegates who will be attending my colleague, Catherine, and my Ulearn 2014 presentation and was amazed to discover that the number stands at 82! Wow! Thrilled to see that people are interested in what we have to share. So we had better get working on tidying up the presentation – awesome responsibility to deliver a great presentation but so exciting too.

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About hhenkin

I am a Year 5/6 class teacher and an ICT Lead Teacher at Our Lady Star of the Sea School in Howick. I am passionately committed to quality Catholic education that allows each student to achieve their full potential. I believe that every student deserves to shine like the unique star that they are and I live by the maxim - "Treat others as you would like to be treated".

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