Category Archives: Radical School Design

Concepts for new schools and programs. Some are rough, others have been worked.

#KWEC13 Analysis, Takeaways, Takebacks, What’s Next – Part 2

Part 1 of my #KWEC13 reflection, I focused on the journey out, and the type of conference in which¬†practitioners work fro 16 – 20 hour days. This post is an analysis of #KWEC13 from my point of view. As such, … Continue reading

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The Documenting Has Changed, Will Schools Adapt?

In the arch of interacting with social media, a definite trend appears to have staying power. That trend is people documenting the funny remarks made by their young children. I spend very little time on Facebook, and extraordinarily too much … Continue reading

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Departing With Gratitude

In August of 2012, I was holding my daughter at home for the first time. My cell phone buzzed. I ignored it. I was deep in the moment of fatherhood. A moment when priorities are appropriately aligned. I knew what … Continue reading

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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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