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When the Schoolroom is a Mentor

Inside schoolroom spaces,

children

see

hear

touch

move freely

experience

discover

and respond!

As children engage with schoolroom spaces, learning becomes an active pursuit rather than a passive process.

Basket

Schoolroom spaces provide opportunities for the child to practice deep concentration.

Blocks

Schoolroom spaces offer activities that are self-correcting for our little ones so that they may work on developing confidence through competency.

Spray

Schoolroom spaces are organized to encompass an age span. It is wonderful when the younger child experiences the daily stimulation of older role models, and wonderful when the older child beams in the responsibilities of leadership. Students not only learn with each other but also from each other.

Bigkid

Schoolroom spaces offer opportunities for observation. The process of investigation and discovery motivates the child.

Garden

Schoolroom spaces provide opportunities for the older child to make choices for independent research that will spark curiosity, stir up the imagination and avoid the doldrums.
Quilt

Schoolroom spaces elevate the child’s work.

Salon

Inside schoolroom spaces learning blooms.

Boys

3 thoughts on “When the Schoolroom is a Mentor

  1. Beautiful! Such an inspiring post (and school space!)

  2. Thanks so much Denise! Blessings on your year too!

  3. What a great post! Have a wonderful year learning!

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