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rethinking education


rethinking education

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"But sometimes we do..." On elevating teen voices through spoken word/poetry.

Girl's Gone Child: "But sometimes we do..."

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I feel so fortunate to live in a time (and a place) where options like this exist for people like us who straddle the line between WANTING their kids to have a religious experience and feeling uncomfortable with THE religious experience. We do not have to believe in organized religion to respect and learn about Judaism...

Girl's Gone Child: Religion a la Carte

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You can not teach a person how to discover, you can only teach them what to do with the thing they have discovered.

Girl's Gone Child: How to Wave a ________.

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Post, Inspiration, Geniusan Innovation, The Rules, Breaking

Rule #1: Break the rules

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Suli Breaks | University Of Suli Breaks

サイトのタイトル | Just another WordPress site

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▶ Why I Hate School But Love Education||Spoken Word - YouTube

By giving our kids the support and opportunity to excel in areas that excite them, we are offering them a refuge, a place to build confidence that NO ONE can interfere with. An identifying outlet.

How To Fix Education: Flip It Upside Down? - Forbes

How To Fix Education: Flip It Upside Down?

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read the comments. they're amazing.

Girl's Gone Child: The first choice isn't always the right choice

Race to Nowhere Theatrical Trailer (Original)

Education is the exchange of knowledge for the sake of growth - in people, their relationships, communities and the world.

Changing Education Paradigms - Sir Ken Robinson

RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms

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I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate||Spoken Word

a tale of two students: girl's gone child

Self-Regulation: American Schools Are Failing Nonconformist Kids | New Republic

COLORS: Girl's Gone Child

How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired Business | Wired.com