Category Archives: facilitation

Protocol me maybe (teaching edition)

Facilitating is really hard. We miss things. Perhaps is little misconceptions that we hear but don’t make it to our brain because we’re too busy taking roll and pointing out where to pick up missing work for the umpteenth time. … Continue reading

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Great moments in cognitive coaching, “Scrubs” edition

Presented without comment, from Scrubs episode 1:8, “My 15 Minutes”. A bit of performance evaluating from Dr. Cox.  

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Kicking things off: How do I start the facilitation of a problem?

So you’ve decided to undertake inquiry-based learning. That’s great. I’m really glad you see the inherent value in having students swim through a challenging problem on their own a bit before the teacher jumps in with instruction. I’m also glad … Continue reading

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