Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sunday Night Prep – Experience Week/Discovery Session

“Now I really want to _________.” Enter: start a debate team, make a guitar, go to UW-Madison, make calzones for my family, plan a vacation, learn more about community gardening, design video games, go out and buy an African drum. … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – Questions For Reflection

I wanted to write about building community through food this evening, but I think I’ll put that post off until the holidays.  For the past two weeks, students at my school have been winding down their first project cycle of … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – #NaNoWriMo

It’s Monday. For the first time this school year, I missed a self-imposed deadline. My Sunday Night Prep series is going to be at least one day late. By the time I finish writing this post, it might be two or … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – The Power of Silence (Quasi-reflection)

This past week, something out of the ordinary happened with the group of students I spend 60 minutes with daily. At our small progressive project-based high school, students are in multiage groups of 15. Each group is called an advisory. … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – An Introduction To Publishing Material Online

Many of our students publish material online well over a hundred times per day; however, I’m not counting every Facebook, tweet, Tumblr, or Pinterest post as publishing material. I’ve been fascinated by the pieces students create in their free time. Every … Continue reading

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