The photo above is documentation of a Prep class I worked with. At the time we were inquiring into the question 'How can we change our world with our Imagination?'. To be brief, after initial exploration, this particular group of students had chosen to explore storytelling in particular with shadow. I just wanted to make…
"Last week, my son brought home a stack of papers from his first-grade class. Some of them had obvious spelling errors, but no one had marked them wrong. What's the deal? Why don't teachers seem to care about spelling anymore?" [...]
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