1. Jilian

    Hi George
    This article came at a perfect time. A group of enthusiastic and willing teachers are in the midst of planning for Inqury based learning and the Time/space condundrum is our greatest thinking right now. Kind of like time and money, it’s rare we have both and have to stop waiting or expecting that everything will line up perfectly.
    I look forward to your posts,

  2. Very Interesting… true learning takes place when you are immersed, not tied to a specific schedule… and have time to explore. Time/Space is highly individualized and personalized curriculum may be a necessity here.

  3. Louise Manton

    Hey Dave
    I love this! More and more, I have found that less platooning in Middle School is so beneficial to the students and to our sense of community. I love the flexibility of teaching my core class 90% of the time this year. I can spend entire days on projects, or keep going on a task if the kids are into it. Also, when good unplanned things happen, we can just go for it!

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