Tag Archives: Sylvia Duckworth

Doodling in the Open & Thinking About Basics

I’m doodling around again. It’s habit forming as I build some basic skills. I’m doodling in the open. I received the invitation to the #21DoodleDays through an email from a friend (thanks @beachcat!) and got hooked, for the second time this … Continue reading

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Out of my comfort zone!

It’s unsettling. It’s got me wondering what I’m doing and how I get myself into these things. I’ve been pushed and pulled into new and interesting spaces. I’ve been encouraged to share and talk in places and spaces that are new to me. … Continue reading

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Am I an Expert?

It was an epiphany moment! It was a question I didn’t know how to answer! It revealed my inner uncertainties! Really, am I an expert? Can any teacher claim to be an expert? Expert, by definition is “having or showing … Continue reading

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Catalysts

Teachers activate learning. They are catalysts for ideas and concepts. With a thoughtful question or timely prompt, they set thinking into motion. This spurs action from their students – actions in thought or physical tasks. In the truest scientific sense, … Continue reading

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