Determined to Skate

Sophia has a developing interest and passion for ice skating.  In Bangkok, ice skating is not extremely easy to come by, but there are one or two skate-able rinks nearish to our house.  Sophia went on the ice recently for her third attempt at ice skating, and here's the result.  She certainly seems to enjoy the... Continue Reading →

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Featured Image: Vision-by Mélanie Plante via Flickr In the past, when attempting to draw on student input concerning vision feedback, our school has fallen short of acquiring insightful feedback/ideas.  Whether it's a simple survey or a short video contest, we've either failed at providing enough ideas for students to provide creative feedback, lacked key communication, or assigned... Continue Reading →

The Monkey Bars

Featured Image: Monkey Bars by David K via Flicker Almost every lunch, I look out from our lunch pavilion around noon to see my 5 year old daughter hard at work on the playground.  She's not realizing it, nor do I everyday (unfortunately), but for those brief 15 minutes, I'm getting a snapshot of her growing up.... Continue Reading →

Marking the Conditions for Innovative Learning

Featured Image:Exploration-Innovation Missy Schmidt via Flickr Technology integration at Ruamrudee International School ties instructional practice and technological resources into 6 Markers for Innovation: Expansion, Creativity, Digital Citizenship, Digital Literacy, Lifelong Learning, Connections. These markers set forth various indicators/descriptions that can help educators innovatively design instructional experiences and learning environment.  In his book, the Innovative Mindset, George Couros explores the necessary... Continue Reading →

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