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Finding Community

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Finding Community

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The Deeper Hi

One morning, when I was around 9 or 10 years old, I noticed an older lady standing in her front door as I rode by on the school bus....

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Changing the World

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Creating a Community of Learners that Support Each Other

Creating a Community of Learners that Support Each Other...

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Questions for Community

Creating a School Community

In the halls of Glendale Elementary School, you will often hear students, staff, and parents refer to the school community as "Our Glenda...

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Finding Community

"The most important thing to do to create community is to listen and trust."
3rd grade student

Community in Unlikely Places

Trying to find and create a community within a school that you aren’t at all day can be tough....

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Morning Meeting

"I see community during our morning meeting. This is a time where students are welcomed each day, not only by teachers but as well as their friends. A small ritual like this does not take much time, but it strengthens the bonds within the four walls of our environment."
Brooke Collins and Emma Braun

Community Through Play

Having a strong community is essential when working with preschool aged children because the feeling of safety and love is fundamental to...

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Outside Community

"Being at the Butler Lab School for my student teaching experience, I have realized the importance of involving the outside community because it is essential to our learning. It offers another perspective and expertise."
Brooke Collins

Involvement in Community

“I feel that people are often more open to those that they feel are a part of the community, and have an investment in its well-being and...

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