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Educational Philosophy

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What I’ve been struggling to say and do

I will value my student’s natural curiosity and emotional well-being more than I value teaching as I was taught. I will value the curriculum that my student brings to school more than I value my curriculum. I will uncover my student’s curriculum rather than unpack my own. I will dedicate all of the time I … Continue reading

Education Aligning with Life.

Deborah Meier observes in “NCLB and Democracy” from Many Children Left Behind (2004), that public education has not been seen by communities as a public enterprise in quite some time. Communities of families which surround and empower schools are a collapsing ecosystems. As governmental mechanisms of control increase in education, as the measure of schools and teachers … Continue reading

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