Posts Tagged: trans-disciplinary learning

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Project + Purpose + Presentation = The Wildwood Way
December 18, 2014
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Wildwood students know their learning often attracts an authentic audience. Whether it’s a student-led conference, a Gateway presentation, or an artistic performance, our students learn in a culture that partially defines success as the ability to stand and deliver: articulately presenting and letting the work stand on its merits. We know these opportunities are great […]
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Heroic Work
October 23, 2014
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Hey, this is Hollywood. Everyone knows: a hero’s journey is fraught with peril. Treacherous challenges must be overcome, awesome foes vanquished, and with any luck, the requisite supernatural powers needed along the path to fulfilling one’s destiny can be borrowed or bought without selling your soul. Here at Wildwood, our 7th and 8th grade humanities […]