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An Enneagram? Sounds painful.

Last night, one of my very closest friends introduced me to the Enneagram (which is a fancy way of saying that she’s just cleared my schedule and given me my next time suck). 648 more words

Self Growth

The Abilities They Have

“Instead of teaching children to get ‘there,’ why not let them be here? Where is ‘there’ anyway? The world needs more ‘here’ than ‘there’.” – Vince Gowmon… 544 more words


Logo Creation

Something simple. Painted an arrow for my sons native themes nursery, turned it into a make believe logo for the Nez Perce National Historical Park. Simple indigenous style with the tribal colors incorporated.  16 more words

Honoring Indeginous People

Our mentorship journey: Cathie Barnett and Simon Chandler-Wilde

Catherine (Cathie) Barnett is a senior research fellow in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Reading who took part in Aurora London in 2016-17. 2,014 more words


A Great Year to Come, By Design

I make no secret of my enthusiasm for what happens at KCS, and what’s happening in the profession. I have an exciting vantage point, in the midst of determined teachers and students as they embrace learning, within a profession that is evolving in notable inspiring ways. 498 more words


Education And Learning Are Not the Same Thing

Everyone remembers the stories of one kind or another that, growing up, your fed-up parents told you to get you to behave. If you don’t eat your veggies, Santa Clause is  999 more words


Symbolic Monarch Migration

Symbolic Monarch Butterflies Have Arrived From Mexico

My first sighting of the season for a monarch butterfly happened just last week as it was fluttering through our outdoor classroom. 608 more words

Habits Of Mind Body And Action