My father, WJ McDowall, was an amazing teacher. He was a high school teacher by profession, but he was also someone who knew how to teach. He taught his students how to learn, not what to learn. I know this because I was lucky enough to have him as a teacher in my last two years of high school.
At the beginning of each year he shared his ideas on marks and marking. He told our class that he
I share how I see the world through everyday topics that connect me to my creativity - my challenge with clutter, master minds, ideas, strategies and process - mostly though the lens of my kaizen training.