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A space for possibilities: 4 lessons all teachers can learn from the arts

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein The importance of imagination goes far beyond the need to improve our economy or society. Yes, imagination will yield more efficient ways to do things and create more jobs. Yes, imagination … Continue reading

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The Geranium on the window sill

“Stop talking.” “Take your seat.” “Did you hear my voice?” “DID YOU HEAR MY VOICE?” Insert my sarcasm to student’s off the wall comment. Insert heavy sigh and roll of eyes as I impatienently wait for the student who still … Continue reading

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