1. Jack Hill

    The paraphrase of our identiy – Socrates asked 'Who am I?" We are asking young people to summarize in a sentence the essence of what it means to be human in the world that they live. We practice that by listening to other stories. Why is it that children seem to find this easier when they are young? Do students find it more difficult to find their sentence in their teens? Does our system and expectations change or our questions on Diploma Exams? I like the your idea!

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