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Tag Archives: Genius Hour Proposal
A Genius Hour Brainstorming Session – A Wake Up Call
Last month, my son participated in Claremont McKenna’s 3rd Model UN Conference. The College‘s President, Hiram E. Chodosh, addressed the delegates during closing ceremonies. In his speech, he described 3 values that he believes all students need for success: Creativity, Empathy … Continue reading
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Genius Hour – The Project Proposal.
Week 2: Kicking off Genius Hour Now that Genius Hour has been officially introduced, the next step was to channel the students’ excitement into picking a topic. There are now 7 teachers at 2 middle schools who have either started … Continue reading