The Power of ‘I don’t know’

The Power of ‘I don’t know’ in the classroom

I love this poster created by @rebezuniga from a blog post by @tweenteacher . It crystallises many of my thoughts about the direction of teaching with the teacher acting as the curator of knowledge rather than the owner, able to direct students to sources of information and give them skills to interpret it. In this climate ‘I don’t know’ becomes a badge of honour and a route to shared knowledge (as the IB would have it).

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