Bringing School Together – Connection Learning in Math and Science (Volume One, Post 3)

“Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air, and behold the view. Climb it so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.”  ― Warren Berger, A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas As you may have readContinue reading “Bringing School Together – Connection Learning in Math and Science (Volume One, Post 3)”

Bringing School Together – Humanities, Languages, and Identity (Volume One, Post 2)

In my previous (introductory) post, I described the general design and belief system of our middle school program at Presbyterian School. A colleague and faculty member appreciated my use of the word opportunity to talk about learning. I chose this descriptor to emphasize how we encourage students to attain meaningful, joyful learning pathways that fulfillContinue reading “Bringing School Together – Humanities, Languages, and Identity (Volume One, Post 2)”

Bringing School Together – Volume One, Part One

Launch Initiated in 10…9…8… For those of you diving into Educationomics for the first time: my name is Charlie Gramatges, and I am the Head of Middle School (principal) at Presbyterian School in Houston, TX. I have blogged for a number of years, building a catalog of experiences I have enjoyed during various stages ofContinue reading “Bringing School Together – Volume One, Part One”