Why & what?

Reason for this blog: I needed a new challenge.

Reason for the name of the blog: Well, all those that I wanted were taken!

Content: Exclusive interviews with teachers who dare to be different. Call them avant-garde, cutting-edge, unplugged, daredevils, crazies, techies; whatever you might call them, I can assure you that their interviews will be worth viewing/reading.

Aim: For these interviews to serve as inspiration, and to bring these super professionals closer to the rest of us, whether we be a newbie, a dyed-in-the-wool seasoned pro, middle-of-the-road or an avant-garde yourself!

Expectations: That you will listen to these interviews, give your comments, ask or suggest more questions, and tell others to do the same.

Thanks for popping by. Hope you’ve learned something.

“It takes a wise man to learn from his mistakes, but an even wiser man to learn from others.”  (Zen Proverb)

My email: acliltoclimb@gmail.com

  1. Shelly Sanchez Terrell

    Great interview, Chiew and Luke! I like that shirt, Luke. Blue is your color but on a more serious note I think that Teaching Unplugged is still making waves and has offered a balance to the rigorous teacher training programs out there that are producing teachers that drill, are over prepared, and have every second pinned down that there isn’t any room to let learning occur within the classroom setting. I hope it has more of an influence because that is what we need. We need classrooms worldwide where learning has time to just happen and the student has the time to ingest that learning, contribute to it, and watch it become a new entity all together.

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