Breaking Out of Our Outdated Education System Tied to Archaic Calendar

 Nancy Blair, Tom Whitby and Shawn Thomas

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Join us for a thoughtful and robust discussion about the way the industrial system and the agrarian calendar impact our current educational system.

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Moving from Teacher-Centric Teaching to Student-Centric Learning

 Nancy Blair, Tom Whitby, and Mark Weston

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Moving from teacher-driven classrooms to student-centered learning involve dealing with fixed ideas among teachers, administrators, and students.  How can we best make the transition?

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What Do Most of Us Really Believe About Growth Mindset?

 Nancy Blair, Tom Whitby, and Mark Weston

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To what extent do we understand the notion of a growth mindset, and what do we really believe about it?

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Why Do Many Kids Start Out Loving School and Grow to Hate It

 Nancy Blair, Tom Whitby and Shawn Thomas

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We've all seen the well-documented trend where kids who were eager learners in the early grades, become apathetic about school in middle school and above.  What's really going on with this dynamic?

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Student Teacher Prep: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

 Nancy Blair, Tom Whitby and Mark Weston

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Join us as we take a look at our student teacher programs, what's working and what's not.

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