I just love Celebration Education. I could go on for hours about what I love about CE, but you've heard it from me before. Now I want to hear it from you! I would love it if you would let us know why you like Celebration Education. We want to know what we're doing right and could possibly expand on.
Please take a moment to respond to this post. Here are the things we would love to hear about:
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We all learn best when our curiosity is fully engaged. When we’re hungry to learn.
Where does curiosity lead us?
Some families mistakenly decide to do these "fun" things after the "schoolwork" (i.e., worksheets) is done. But without curiosity engaged, the material will take their…Continue
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ADVENTURE – CREATIVITY - POSSIBILITY
Celebration Education recognizes that every child has their own genius. We inspire that genius by allowing each child to take the lead in their learning experiences, drawing on their innate learning…Continue
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We provide Adventure,
which inspires Creativity,
and leads to Possibility.
Every child has their own genius. We inspire that genius by allowing each child to take the lead in their…
Many families "get it" right off when they see all the exciting stuff we've got planned for this year. Others wonder, "What's with all the fun?"
There is a good reason we do it. It's because emotion is the gatekeeper to learning and performance.
When children are happy, they are in a state of relaxed alertness, which is the optimum state for introducing new information. When this new information is juxtaposed with…Continue
Crafting an Education
Using Minecraft in your learning
Abbreviated notes By Heather Martinson…Continue
Your best mind is the one that keeps asking questions until you get the quality of information you want.
Asking questions and solving problems is like an aerobic workout for the brain.…Continue
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The act of asking questions and solving problems is good for the brain. We become smarter by doing things that challenge our brains.…
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by Karen Kindrick Cox
Not all learning is equal. Covering the material does not mean understanding, finishing a textbook
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Leonardo is such a great example of a learner for us. He had an enormous range of interests beyond the incredible paintings that made him legendary. He was also an inventor and scientist. His curiosity
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