Peter Gow from Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, MA joined us to discuss his article on EdWeek Online, entitled The New Progressivism is Here. Peter shares his ideas about how the New Progressivism blends with the old. This along with how the 2008 NAIS National Conference helped inspire his article. Thanks to Peter for adding his ideas to the conversation about what school should be in the future.
arvind and Alex discuss where our show is and where they are going. We're hoping for some community input on this show. Who should we interview? Should our format change? What is good? What is bad? Do you want to be a guest host? Listen to this short show and then give us some feedback as a comment here or through twitter: http://twitter.com/arvind or http://twitter.com/alexragone
21st Century Learning #71
Collegiate School's CENIC
Students Leading a School to Support a More Sustainable Future
Student April 16, 2008
Collegiate School's CENIC club has three areas of interest: reducing the
school’s environmental footprint, spreading awareness of environmental
problems and solutions, and taking part in the wider, global
James, the president, and Harrison, a key member of the CENIC joing us to discuss the club, it's founding and growth at Collegiate School.
If you're interested in learning more about CENIC, please contact James and Harrison through their web site contact form.
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