We’re underway! This is the second in a monthly series I’m writing to document my high school’s significant shift in how we approach learning at school. 722 more words
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For the first time in my teaching career, I will be leaving students I’ve taught for a few years. This has hit me really hard in a lot of ways because, for the first time, I’m not going to see the amazing students I see every day. 2,230 more words
When I started at Trinity in 2015, my experience in story-telling had, I might say, lapsed. I had some early experience reading aloud in my babysitting years of my early teens, but in the 10 intervening years , I hadn’t so much as picked up a picture book. 426 more words
Like many lessons from history, it takes cross-disciplinary thinking and rule breaking to solve new problems for a new world.
As someone who is hoping to change schools to better prepare children for the way the world is and not was, I’m always on a look out for analogies that might help a few more educators and parents understand both the reasons for change and/or practicalities for achieving it. 475 more words