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Time Space Education

Author: Sam Sherratt, Chad Walsh, Cathy Brown & Frank Hua

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The Time Space Education Podcast is a regular recording of conversations about education between our consultants - Sam Sherratt, Chad Walsh, Cathy Brown and Frank Hua - as well as guest participants. The focus for conversations is based on the big idea of "revolutionizing school" and how educators can redefine the school experience for everybody involved in education.
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A conversation with Suzanne Kitto, a member of a team of teachers at International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) who are paving the way with a new grade level model that breaks many traditional educational moulds. With students heavily involved in all aspects of their education, this group of teachers are experiencing exciting changes in what, how and why their students are learning.
A conversation with Taryn BondClegg, a member of a team of teachers at International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) who are paving the way with a new grade level model that breaks many traditional educational moulds. With students heavily involved in all aspects of their education, this group of teachers are experiencing exciting changes in what, how and why their students are learning.
This is a recording of a conversation between Sam Sherratt and four PYP teachers who were in Paris for the recent IB Regional Workshops at the International School of Paris.As the title suggests, the conversation is mainly about the PYP Exhibition and Sam having his brain picked about different approaches to key elements of the PYP Exhibition that so many of us grapple with every year.
Sam, Cathy, Chad and guests Kavita Satwalekar and Tian Yuan discuss the international teaching profession and the need for life coaching.
In this episode, Sam, Cathy, Frank and Anna Davies discuss the notion of a culture of permission in schools - the default of "yes, sure... let's give that a try" instead of "no, you can't do that" or "no... that's not possible" or "no, you're too young". Looking at learning in many subject areas, the panel
In this episode, we explore why, how and what we should be assessing in schools. The conversation begins with the "why" and then we discuss many different aspects of the "how" and the "what".
Our Purpose

Our Purpose

2017-03-0700:48:26

In this, the first ever Time Space Education Podcast, Chad, Cathy and Frank and I discuss the purpose of our work and what our professional focus is at the moment. Naturally, however, we drift into lots of other interesting areas of education too!
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