Monthly Archives: March 2011

How has “transfer” benifited my profession, personally?

Recently I was fortunate enough to work with a group of dedicated teachers in an up and coming MYP school in Mumbai, India. The experience of planning and delivering the workshop with those educators got me thinking about how “transfer” … Continue reading

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Explicit examples of “transfer” and use of “models”

In my posting What MUST teachers do to teach for “conceptual” transfer?, I stated five ideas.  I was then prompted by a comment from a reading to elaborate on my points, and I shared the example of using “concentric circles. … Continue reading

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What MUST teachers that attempt to teach “Conceptual Transfer” do?

This was a question posed to me by a friend, colleague, blogger, and IB practitioner.  Actually, the question asked for my “top 5 MUST dos” related to this question. It has had me thinking this week, and I have had … Continue reading

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