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Monthly Archives: September 2014
1. The Associate Director of Admissions at Boston College told us last week that “we are looking for someone who can think independently, problem solve independently… we are looking for students who are looking to use their gifts and talents … Continue reading
1. Here’s the recap from our lunch drop-in session (questions in italics, followed by our responses): What do lessons look like? Where do students get the content? Initial interaction with content comes through seminars, which do include guided research components. Example: Perhaps … Continue reading
Now that the structure and content of Innovation Lab is beginning to take shape, we thought it would be useful to share our vision of how a student’s time will be divided in the program. Students will participate in three … Continue reading
I think I speak for the team (and many teachers at school) when I say that it feels much later than week three of school. Our recap of the work for the week are below: 1. Huge strides were made in … Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks, in the midst of all the back to school hubbub, the words of a former student keep coming to mind. In the concluding paragraph of his final exam for my Modern World Lit. 500 … Continue reading
1. We met with Mark Hines via video chat on Wednesday – he’s the director of the eXploratory program at the Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, HI. They’ve been doing a project-based school within a school for four years now – … Continue reading