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Our tour of the Decatur Summer Camps ended at the Thomas Jefferson School Building in a classroom of twelve students who had “failed” seventh grade. They stood in teams of three at tables displaying complex paper roller coasters that rose … Continue reading →
In the living room of a friend’s house on the 4th of July, our wide ranging story-telling drifted into stories of conflict, especially times when we had turned adversaries into friends. One of us mentioned Getting to Yes, and we … Continue reading →
Which problem would you give a child: a) 4 + 8 = __ b) __+__= 12? Why? What’s the secret to teaching kids as if they have a brain? [arrow_forms id=’8087′] Please follow and like us:
School is about Keeping it Together and Being Right; Education is about Breaking, Being Wrong and Becoming Whole
School is about Keeping it Together and Being Right; Education is about Breaking, Being Wrong and Becoming Whole Parents and teachers would do well to observe Yom Kippur all year round A two-year-old boy entered a Montessori classroom clinging to … Continue reading →
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