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Dedicated to Teachers


Santa Fe: Day 2 & Day 3 Final Keynotes

 *photo by Kristin Ziemke

This weekend was about many things. At the core, however, it was about living our lives as curious learners.  This enables us to invite our students to this life of being curious and discovering how to take action with our new learning.

As we experienced, it doesn't happen through sit and get. It doesn't happen through endless lecture and assigned print-based materials. It happens through conversation, questions, exploration, reading, image study, relationships, dance, tears, and joy.

Scroll through the tweets to share in the laughter, the tears, the performances, the learning, and the fire that was Santa Fe Multi-Day Institute 2018.

(Click here for our recap of Santa Fe: Day 1)

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Topics: Cornelius Minor, Heinemann, Collaboration, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, Inquiry, Kristin Ziemke, Nancy Steineke, Sara Ahmed, Santa Fe Multi-Day Institute, Sara K. Ahmed

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