The Becoming Gift

‘No man ever steps in the same river twice.’ (Heraclitus) In the sixth century BC Heraclitus said that nothing in the world around us is constant except the change and becoming. Far away from trying to be philosophical I just had one of the greatest opportunity to experience both concepts today, with physical education teachersContinue reading “The Becoming Gift”

Encouraging Questioning And Curiosity

Encouraging Questioning And Curiosity in PE “Questions are at the heart of inquiry. Effective learners ask questions” (Murdoch, K. 2015, p.56) Reference: Murdock, K. 2015. The Power of Inquiry. Teaching and learning with curiosity, creativity and purpose in the contemporary classroom. Seastar Education.

End of the Year Reflection

In the rush of the last three weeks of school, I couldn’t miss the chance to connect with my students and the learning that happened this year. Technology is ubiquitous now days and I am happy that I have got a glimpse from my favorites partners in this learning journey: the students! I created aContinue reading “End of the Year Reflection”

Building Communication and Trust Towards a Powerful School Culture

Under the 4 Generations 4 Education generous agenda of events I have presented a workshop that focused on communication and trust as successful elements to construct a powerful school culture. Hosted by the the Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai, this event was an excellent opportunity to identify, explore and broaden the perspective over the settings we areContinue reading “Building Communication and Trust Towards a Powerful School Culture”

Building Communication and Trust Towards a Powerful School Culture

We are striving when we interact and face the challenges of working in a group. Getting out of our comfort zone is not an easy task. At the end of the day, who likes it? Well, this attitude can be educated and transformed into a habit. 4 Generations 4 Education thinks ahead and offers fantastic opportunities forContinue reading “Building Communication and Trust Towards a Powerful School Culture”