So. Consider "play"

Bud Hunt (@budtheteacher)
3/1/12 8:11 AM
New blog post: Play Is Hard Work, Part 1

Play: “finding freedom in the face of constraint.”

His boss: “we needed to know each other to be better at our work.”

They began to
“creating learning opportunities for our department to be and to learn together,  … We are more playful as a unit, and it???s showing it the work we are doing elsewhere.”

Building relationships
Building community
“finding freedom in the face of constraint”
Enjoying the work together. 

This school understands what educating children really means. 

Check out the post; there is more to ponder on the power of play. 

How do you build relationships and community to promote learning?

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Reflect curiosity and wonder —
Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness…

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