Recently, I’ve been re-introduced to some the educational theoretical brainiacs of history. Let’s see…There’s Dewey, Piaget, Freire, and good ole’ Lev Vygotsky (and tons others). Vygotsky was known in education circles only after his death in 1934. He was Russian and lived through the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, which basically caused him to research andContinue reading “Vygotsky and Schema”
There are so many untold stories within these lines. But, at the end, it’s about what comes next.
Aldo Leopold, the godfather of ecology, had it right.
Today as I was hiking the Pine Tree Loop trail at Aguirre Springs (built for mountain goats) I lost the trail at the top. I began to think about the panic and struggle when people lose their way and of course education during the pandemic came immediately to mind. Here’s what I learned today. StayContinue reading “Into the Wilderness”