A student hand drew a diagram showcasing the symptoms of the Ebola virus. She did a great job. It was clear. It was informative. But as her teachers, Ms. Linda and I thought it would be a good idea to recreate it on a computer. It would look professional that way. So, as an … Continue reading Following curiosity; authentic learning | Ashley O’Brien
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We began our search for a school for our son the year before he started kindergarten. As experienced parents with children in 10th and 12th grade, we knew that public education had come up a bit short for us and we were looking for something that was a better match for our educational values and goals. … Continue reading ‘To foster a love of learning in children’
If you have yet to face any real challenges in your life, consider yourself fortunate. At some point, everyone faces a challenge. It will be uncomfortable. It won't always have a simple answer. And large or small, you will have to figure out a way to solve it. Avoidance is not the correct response. … Continue reading Embracing the power of not ‘yet’ | Rick Schulte