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Noticing matters.

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In order to reimagine learning, we must first learn to notice and describe deeply.

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Noticing matters for everyone—children, educators, families, communities, and organizations.

 
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A noticing-based approach can help you grow deeper learning in your context.


Descriptive documentation helps you notice more about how learning operates in your context.

Noticing workshops allow adults to see how their own dispositions implicitly teach children about what is valued in learning.

Curriculum design supports educators to create more noticing-based opportunities for children to intrinsically motivate their own learning.

Coaching and co-teaching encourage educators to trust in their own noticing and knowledge of learning.

Conversation protocols grow more trust, deeper listening, and richness of description about learning.






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Slow down, notice more, and reimagine for joyful, rigorous, equitable learning.

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Deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex.

-Fred Rogers 

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