Each workshop allowed us time to participate in all three phases of messing about...
And time to collaborate, find shared interests, and develop an It for our I's and Thou's....
And as we grew and learned as teachers, we laughed together, and sometimes cried together. We challenged each other and complemented each other.
Each workshop offered us time to explore the resources around us - materials and interests (eolithism)....
And when the workshops were all done we realized we missed each other.
This past fall, we offered a four-part workshop series to accompany the exhibit's Denver stay. Each Saturday focused on a different big idea from the exhibit. We had seven core members who attended each workshop, and a few people who attended one or two.
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Hawkins Centers of Learning (HCoL), a 501C3 chartered in 2005, serves the educational community by preserving, articulating, and translating into practice the ideas of Frances and David Hawkins.