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Puzzle Meet 2019 - Emanuel School

- this is a Free Event. 


Emanuel School
20 Stanley Street, Randwick, NSW 2031

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What is a Puzzle Meet

Whereas many TeachMeets are based on the model of teachers sharing what’s working for them, this meeting will be about teachers sharing the things they haven’t quite figured out yet - their burning questions, the puzzles of practice that keep them awake at night . . . and PuzzleMeet participants will have the opportunity to support their colleagues by offering possible next steps and suggestions that could be helpful.

Join us to help brainstorm possibilities & suggestions for presenting teachers and you will leave with ideas to apply to your burning questions.


 The experience will be powerful both for presenting teachers, who benefit from collaborating with a broad mix of colleagues, and participants, who feel for themselves what it’s like to be part of a culture of thinking, exploring Project Zero ideas in a facilitated professional learning forum.

You’ll learn on the afternoon itself what puzzles of practice you’ll be hearing about, but here’s a flavour of the type of questions presenting teachers might share:

  • ‘How might I build a culture in my classroom where children really see the point of going deeper and analysing techniques?’

  • ‘What if my students saw just as much value in the theoretical side of subject as the practical side?’

  • ‘How would it be different if the students in my class truly listened to each other’s opinions and learnt from one another?’

  • ‘How might I help my students become feedback-seekers?’

We look forward to digging deep into Project Zero pedagogy and practice at this unique PZSyd professional learning event.

Do You have a Puzzle to Share?

Learn more and self-nominate to share your puzzle - Expression of Interest Form