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The Paradox of Pedagogical Documentation

Documentation is the life-blood of our experience as educators working in the Reggio Way.  It is how we show students not just that we are watching what they do, but listening to what they say and how they feel.  By... Continue Reading →

“Dirty” is a Compliment

A few weeks ago, I was sitting on a big pile of mulch with one of my students just watching the clouds go by.  Without any prompting, she turned to me and said, "I'm a dirty robot."  Admittedly, I had... Continue Reading →

A Blessing and a Curse

I'll come clean.  I love honeysuckle. When I was a little boy, my grandparents used it as a landscaping plant to spruce up the wooden fence dividing their property from their neighbors'.  I have a distinct memory of my aunt... Continue Reading →

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