Encouraging Questioning And Curiosity in PE
“Questions are at the heart of inquiry. Effective learners ask questions” (Murdoch, K. 2015, p.56)
Murdock, K. 2015. The Power of Inquiry. Teaching and learning with curiosity, creativity and purpose in the contemporary classroom. Seastar Education.
I am using Badge Maker to create PE badges that I award when students demonstrate IB attitudes or strive to be one of the IB Learner profiles.
My name is Coni and im from Argentina🇦🇷, I’m 9 and I love gymnastics 🤸♂️ football ⚽️ and I also play tennis and I’m learning how to play the piano. I love to dance and play with my friends. My goals are to do the best that I can and never give up. To achieve my goals I’m always practicing and I never give up.
My message is “never give up on what you want to do”.
All too often we are finding ourselves in various locations around the world and, as international educators, we crave to see how our students evolve. We are wondering about the outcomes of our efforts and if lucky enough, we get a glimpse of what some of our students become. I am lucky enough to have met Coni, again, after 2 years, as her family spent a holiday in the city I teach.
This is the opener of the #Future Perfomers predictions series of blog posts: students that positively impacted my professional activity and that I am aiming to stay connected with.