Notes from Summer Institute, Part 2

One of the most important aspects of teacher work in a lab school is action research, which is the process through which teachers create, explore and implement new ideas. During the Summer Institute over the past few weeks, we began a deep dive into the question of creativity, and how we can cultivate and capture it in our classrooms. When you come to Orientation today, you will see some of the initial thinking about this inquiry on the walls of the Commons (formerly known as the MPR). 

Two days to go! See you soon.

Posted on September 4, 2012 and filed under Uncategorized.