...In fact, we just finished our Data Arts profile (a vetting profile for endowments and grantors) and were blown away by just how much 'in kind' help we've received from our talented friends our first year. Including Angela Peters Johnson, of The Social Justice Learning Institute, who guided us through this herculean Data Arts task! Thank you all. Your love and generosity have inspired and supported Connectopod to reach higher, explore deeper. Here are 15 $free ways you ca
So here, then, is a very listy post to help you keep up with all of our connecto-happenings. 1. Our regular team is winding down for summer with one last episode still to be edited for this school year. Then it's off for a well earned break for our core Connectopod youth reporters! 2. While the team rests up for fall, Andrea and I start our third week of a 5 week workshop with Haskell Steam Magnet and our group of 1-3rd grade 'diverse learners with a variety of disabilities.
Butterflies. Yesterday, we started a new project with Alora Herbst and her 1st-3rd grade class of all boys at Haskell Steam Magnet. She describes student this way: "This class is for diverse learners with a variety of disabilities who require a smaller environment and extra support to access the classroom curricula." They described themselves as : a tiger, 2 cheetahs, panther, ninja, an enderdragon, a scary clown, a 20 meter komodo dragon, a TRex, Godzilla, and King Kong, I