Sunday, 28 February 2016


This past Fall, I joined my #4EverInspired friends as a guest speaker at the TransformEd Workshop, "Provocations, projects and my pedagogical documentation process," presented by Joanne Babalis

Here we shared some of our own ideas around invitations for learning, in hopes of inspiring like-minded educators as they began a new school year.

The following are the slides with a voiceover of my presentation, which I shared with the participants of the workshop. I hope this helps those who are beginning their journey of using provocations in the classroom.   

For additional information on invitations for learning, I recommend reading Creating Invitations for Learning by Deb Curtis. 

What better way to offer learning experiences — as an invitation to wonder, explore, and create in as many ways as possible!
Deb Curtis

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