1. Week Forty: What Do You FInd Easy?

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    Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what do you find easy? What activities or actions require little or no thought from you? These are often your strengths, so how can you do more of it?

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    • Week Thirty Nine: What Nourishes You?

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      Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what nourishes you? What people, places or activities fuel you? What could you do this week to nourish your whole self - mind, body and soul.

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      • Week Thirty Eight: When Do You Play?

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        Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about – when do you play? What activities do you partake in for pure enjoyment where you don't care about the outcome?

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        • CriCET: Building Capacity for Collaboration Between Schools

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          This episodue of the Creating Inter-organizational Collaboration for Educational Transformation (CrICET) series will focus on The Networked Learning Communities (NLC) program engaged over 134 school networks across the UK, involving approximately 35,000 staff and over 675,000 pupils between 2002 and 2006. Many of these networks continue and have stimulated further collaboration. The speakers will share their experience with the NLC model, how it has influenced subsequent work, and its implications for future educational improvement. Moderator: Darren Cambridge Speakers: Mark Hadfield and Michael Jopling Event listing: http://bit.ly/cricetuk CriCET series: http://connectededucators.org/cricet/

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          • Week Thirty Seven: What Makes You Angry?

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            Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about – what makes you angry? What gets you het up? Then look beneath to see what values may be being trampled on for the anger to show.

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            • Week Thirty Six: What Does Your Energy Cycle Look Like?

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              Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about – what does your energy cycle look like? What time of the day do you have the most energy? When do you find it best to exercise, do work and relax?

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              • Week Thirty Five: Who Is One Your Dinner Invite List?

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                Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about – who is on your dinner party invite list? If you could have anyone, alive or dead, to share your dinner table with who would it be? And why would you love to have a conversation with them?

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                • Teachers Role in Inquiry

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                  • Week Thirty Four: What Is Your Daily Action?

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                    Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about – what small daily actions can you take to make a difference to those around you?

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                    • Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase (Video 6 of 7)

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                      In the “Team-Based Inquiry: The Reflect Phase” video, you learn how to go about entering, cleaning, and analyzing data with your Team-Based Inquiry (TBI) team. You and your TBI team can consider analyzing the data in a variety of different ways based on your needs and timeline. Tool: Use the Data Reflection Cheat Sheet after this video with your team. http://nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide This film is part of the NISE Network's "Team-Based Inquiry" professional development package. TBI is an approach to empowering professionals to get the data they need, when they need it, in order to improve their products and practices and create successful educational experiences. These materials were designed to support museum practitioners in learning about and using TBI in their own institutions and practice. The other training videos in this series can be found below: The next video in this series is video #7 Video 7: Team-Based Inquiry: The Improve Phase https://vimeo.com/107830751 Video 1: Why Team-Based Inquiry? https://vimeo.com/107705737 Video 2: Preparing for Team-Based Inquiry https://vimeo.com/107707308 Video 3: Team-Based Inquiry: The Questions Phase https://vimeo.com/107751868 Video 4: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 1 https://vimeo.com/107761357 Video 5: Team-Based Inquiry: The Investigate Phase, Part 2 https://vimeo.com/107769480 For more information about Team-Based Inquiry, visit: nisenet.org/catalog/tools_guides/team-based_inquiry_guide Learn more: Education professionals: nisenet.org Public audiences: whatisnano.org

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