Effective Pedagogy – Marshall Diggs

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Marshall has a background as a teacher mentor, principal, community leader and keynote speaker, Marshall’s role as Director at the Growth Culture Leadership Academy perfectly combines his passion for teaching and inspiring educators, with his strengths in leadership, coaching and mentoring.

He is a regular keynote speaker and has a wealth of experience providing transformative education training in the areas of effective leadership, culture-building, innovation, strategy and solutions for leaders, and innovative teaching practice. His strengths include effective communication, creating positive relationships, building relational trust, and developing effective teams.


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  1. Have enjoyed this one so many key phrases -we teach the child not the curriculum – would work for so many in the class I work with. Even spoke to my son’s teachers about this as this is something he would benefit from. And she too was that’s exactly how we should teach.
    A child is far more engaged when they have the opportunity to write about their interests experiences their whole learning and willingness to engage in writing becomes far more exciting.

  2. Filled with such incredible ideas to incorporate into our ketes. The idea of sparking fires in the imaginations of our learners to experience the writing not just doing it for the sake of writing is great. To set a fire not just fill their bucket and that when we teach them with such passion, knowing our learners and incorporating their interests, to draw out prior knowledge and experience into their writing, and cover the curriculum at the same time will nurture such amazing narratives and spark creativity. Strength-based pedagogy is a good way to encourage our learners that their efforts are of value.

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