Once in a while I get the pleasure of working deeply with students, asking the adults to sit back and watch how their students expand and rise to unbounded, untested, unknown mini-challenges. That was the kind of day we had at the Shipley School last fall; here are just a few minutes out of our day. We merely gave students, grades 5-12, permission to wander, observe how learning takes place in their school, and then ask expansive questions to imagine deeper learning. I know the ripples are still spreading at Shipley as both students and adults found untapped sources of learning empowerment!
Students Rising to the Unknown
By Grant Lichtman| 2015-05-13T17:32:19+00:00 May 13th, 2015|Education Innovation Journey of Learning, Innovation in Education, Problem finding and problem solving, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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