Thursday, 28 June 2012


On Tuesday we had an incredibly intense, purposeful and highly productive critique session.

The quality of the burning questions asked by presenters was excellent and the feedback given was precise, honest and we really got the sense that for the first time the students really had a sense of shared ownership of each others' work across the whole porject.

We are still working on Step Up Step Back.

Mr Mead pointed out that it felt like being in Margaret Noble's classroom. Both Mr Dead and I were privileged to observe an incredible critique in her class in High Tech High last year. The students in that class were 17 and 18 years old.

Examples of Burning Questions:

My notes, these really show the depth and quality of feedback that was offered.

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