Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sunday Night Prep – Building Community Through Multiple Intelligence Theory

I couldn’t believe it was happening. We have a small school. It’s a project-based high school. Yet, it did happen… At the end of the second week of school, a pecking order was starting to form among students, and some … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – Defining Success (September 16, 2012)

This past week, I did an activity with my advisory and it went really well. Two years ago, when he was a high school Junior, Marc Busko (@MarcBusko) came flying into my room and stated, “You gotta check out his … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – Turning a Passion Into a Project Idea (September 9, 2012)

For the first post in a series I’m calling¬†Sunday Night Prep, I want to share one of my favorite activities to facilitate. In a project-based learning environment, students new to the setting have a common question:¬†What is a project? The … Continue reading

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Gifts

The night before the first day of school for a teacher is like Christmas Eve for a child.

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