New Langwitches Post: 3 Things I Wish Educators Knew About Their Own Learning


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Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano has a new post on her Langwitches blog where she outlines what she wishes educators knew about their own learning:

“I meet many educators around the world, virtually and in person… Many times, I am still amazed at the resistance to new ideas, change and willingness to apply the learning they expect of students to their own learning.

Here are the 3 things, above all, that I wish educators knew about their own learning.

  1. The understanding that we don’t know, what we don’t know!

How can we be resistant to pedagogy, tools and strategies that we have never experienced for learning ourselves? How can we try out new forms of teaching and learning, if we are not even aware they exist and play a vital role in the lives around us?

Read the rest of the post here.


Collaborating Among Schools

Another exceptional person to add to your learning community is Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano. Silvia blogs at Langwitches and writes about globally connected learning, technology integration, and 21st Century skills and literacies.

Her slideshare presentation above is full of excellent ideas!