School of thought

March 6, 2014 by Janet Kalmin
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Over 300 delegates attended Masada’s highly esteemed Cultures of Thinking in Schools Conference.

Michelle Chaplin, Simon Brooks, Mark Church, Wendy Barel and David Cook.

Michelle Chaplin, Simon Brooks, Mark Church, Wendy Barel and David Cook.

Keynote speaker Mark Church (Consultant, Harvard Project Zero’s Making Thinking Visible & Cultures of Thinking) works with educators around the world striving to create cultures of thinking in their classrooms.

Attendees heard how implementing a Culture of Thinking in schools can enhance teaching and learning and challenge prevailing ideas.  The concepts were also demonstrated in various workshops, hosted by educators from Sydney’s Masada College and other schools like The Scots College, Abbotsleigh, Pymble Ladies’ College and Emanuel School.

 

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