The Mondrian Wall works in three timeframes – looking at what the curriculum has been, reflecting on what it is now and looking ahead to what we want it to be in the future. I realised that the term “curriculum planning” was insufficient to capture these paradigms and I decided to define the term dynamic curriculum (see below) to more accurately describe how the process the Mondrian Wall makes possible… Continue reading
We’ve put together a short preview video of a prototype of the Mondrian Wall showing some of it’s main features.
I’m really excited to be able to make this post to show people some of what we’ve been working on for so long! View post
Interesting student feedback
You can’t beat getting real feedback from students and teachers – I find you always learn someting valuable.
We speak to a range of students from different years asking questions without telling them too much about what we are building so as to avoid influencing their answers.