Learning through Hexagonal & Triangular Thinking

So effective learning is effective learning. Visual representations of learning are a powerful way to extract, externalise and extrapolate knowledge into a tangible form in order to make meaning and 'connect the new with what we already knew' (Borthwick 2016). Hexagonal thinking is a process that we use with our learners, young and old, to both convey … Continue reading Learning through Hexagonal & Triangular Thinking

Hexagonal Curriculum Mapping: It Works!

In schools today there are many conflicting agendas that add pressure to the planning and delivery of a quality curriculum that directly meets required syllabus Outcomes. Consciously and competently developing contemporary learning skills is also at the forefront as educators desire to not only use ‘best’, but also ‘next’ practice strategies to build and enhance … Continue reading Hexagonal Curriculum Mapping: It Works!

A Brief Introduction…

The Organic Learning Blog will showcase some of the school-based research we are undertaking at St Mel's Campsie. Whilst our research began in 2015, we have not captured any of our progress until now. Organic Learning is the synthesis of ideas, practices, risks, innovations and reflections borne out of our inquiry learning journey shared with our critical friends at NoTosh … Continue reading A Brief Introduction…