Posted on April 10, 2019 by thecommunityschool
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This article explains how caring for even the smallest life forms can be a fertile ground for intellectual and social emotional growth.
Category: How We Work, Students, Top Stories, Uncategorized
Tags: Appreciation, Caregivers, Class Pets, Class Projects, Classroom, Companionship, Compassion, Counseling, emotional discomfort, Emotional Durability, Emotional Growth, Emotional Range, Empathy, Experiential Education, Experiential Learning, Extraordinary Experience, friendship, Learning Disorders, Natural, Nature, Pets, Play Therapy, Problem-Solving, responsibility, Social Problem-Solving, Social-Emotional, Stink Bugs, Stinktopia, Therapy, Unlikely Friends
Posted on September 5, 2018 by thecommunityschool
On Monday mornings, I teach a class called Affinities Math, with help from our new Assistant Teacher, Jordan Spurlin. This is a class for a group of young adults who are focused on transitioning into the larger world. They don’t…
Category: From The Executive Director, How We Work, Students, Top Stories, Uncategorized
Tags: Class Time, Classroom, Education, Executive Director, Executive Functioning, Experiential Education, Experiential Learning, Functional Math, Life Goals, Life Skills, Life-Changing, Math, Math Class, Our Experience
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