Monthly Archives: June 2012

In search of school-wide Essential Learnings/Questions

The purpose of this post is two-fold: see title–that pretty much explains it I hope to expand my learning network, so feel free to comment if you subscribe to this blog, but by all means SHARE THIS with your own … Continue reading

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If a tree falls in the classroom…

My school’s vision statement calls for “schedules and spaces that fit learning.” This weekend I came across this sculpture hewn out of a former pine tree. The barred owls were kind enough to hoot an idea to me. When a … Continue reading

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Formatively assessing Shakespeare

This morning I’m finishing up Imagine: How Creativity Works by Johah Lehrer.  After talking about the creative process, the neuroscience of creativity, the importance of divergence and convergence in the creative process, and the relationship between cities and creative behavior, … Continue reading

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