Monthly Archives: October 2014

Unschooling, Big History, and Adventure in an American Classroom

In a classroom at the Orca Middle School in Seattle, eighth grade social studies students are engaged in an ambitious, multi-year project; they’re creating their own history textbook. The project has a revolutionary potential and goes to a core question … Continue reading

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Everyday Magic in a Twilight World

As I write this, I’ve just come from a wonderful music venue. It’s a beautiful space, carefully and lovingly put together. It’s well hooked into the local music scene, but I would guess that, even if you go to a … Continue reading

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