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Small World Play: The Benefits of Miniature Fantasy Lands

Six times a year, Boulder Journey School collaborates with Hawkins Centers of Learning to hold evening workshops, open to the community. The topic of each workshop varies; however each experience offers time and space to engage in the three phases of Messing About, as proposed by David Hawkins. 830 more words

Teacher Education

Teaching about Academic Language: 15 Things I would like educators to know

By Susan Ranney, from the Teacher Education Pedagogies Learning Series
University of Minnesota, February 16, 2017

  1. Academic language is not just the language of school – It goes beyond school tasks.
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Supporting STEM Teacher Education

Reflections on the Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at California State University East Bay, 2008-2017
The shortage of math and science teachers has reached crisis proportions. According to the… 2,529 more words

10,000 days of love: celebrating Phil Nanlohy, a dialogical educator

By Jorge Knijnik

Educate is to immerse of meaning everything we do (Paulo Freire)

On the evening of the 19th June, teacher educators and primary teachers gathered in Parramatta, in the heart of Western Sydney, to celebrate the career achievements of a teacher educator legend: Phil Nanlohy, one of the most generous academics to have ever worked in the School of Education at Western Sydney University. 902 more words

Primary Education

Personal and Professional Impact: Reflections from Reggio Emilia

Each Spring, the entire class of graduate students in the Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program travels to Reggio Emilia, Italy to attend the US Students and Professors Study Group. 1,052 more words

Teacher Education

The Scary Part About Being a Student

It’s summer! I just moved from North Carolina to Wyoming to start a new job. I’m getting settled in. Posts between now and August 21st will be intermittent as I get up to speed. 1,433 more words


Research from The Educational Forum: Orienting Schools Toward Equity

Today‚Äôs blogger is Rachel Garver, a doctoral candidate in Teaching and Learning at New York University. She writes here about her research on racial and economic inequality, school segregation, and policy implementation… 433 more words

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