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Visiting the New Tech Network

I recently returned to Sydney after two months of travelling through The United States, Canada and Mexico. During my time overseas I made the journey to the Napa Valley in California to visit the offices of the Newtech Network and gain some insight into where the Parramatta Marist High style of project-based learning was born. 869 more words

Education

Through bao making, students learn a unique part of Chinese culture

Upper school Mandarin students took a field trip to Tom’s BaoBao in downtown Providence to learn about the history of bao, a delicious Chinese street food, and to try their hand at making it. 264 more words

Global Thinking

Sundial Experiment

Our Sundial experiment today.Check on the gnome shadow that match the real time shown on my phone clock, it matched!
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Homeschooling

Project Based Learning

Group work is all well and good, but we all know that some students do more than others… So, based on some positive research, I decided to encourage independent learning and improve engagement by using the principles of Project Based Learning with a real-world problem to solve. 34 more words

kəˈlab Magazine

During the Spring semester a new publication opportunity was announced to the Tompkins Cortland CC college community. The publication is an opportunity for the creative writing and art courses to collaborate. 111 more words

Project-Based Learning

Entry 32 - Statistics & Gender

Well the last week of learning new content has come to a close.  We’ll be reviewing in all classes next week and then finals week. 687 more words

Math

Unschooling in Action

One of the greatest advantages of unschooling is the freedom to explore, and to develop ideas and skills.

Since our daughter started homeschooling a couple of years ago, she has burrowed down several rabbit holes, including interests in astronomy and physics. 285 more words

Homeschooling