Monthly Archives: August 2013

IDEC : Wrapping up and moving forward.

Now that we’ve been home from the conference for a few days and have gotten some sleep, I can start to unpack what all I took away from this experience. I can’t begin to convey the depth and breadth of … Continue reading

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IDEC day four : We’ve never gone this way before.

We have walked miles and miles around this campus the last four days. In our daily back and forth, we’ve developed a habit of trying a new path when we come to one, saying to each other “We’ve never gone … Continue reading

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IDEC day three : Lessons in changing the world.

The thought that has a hold of me today is about context. Where you are in your family is context. Who you are in the school community is context, as is your neighborhood, your city, your region and, ultimately the … Continue reading

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IDEC day two : Overwhelmed and exhausted.

I guess it’s a good thing to hit the wall early on, it gives you plenty of time to regroup and finish strong. The workshops I attended today were interesting, frustrating and provocative …. undoubtedly a really strong combination for … Continue reading

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IDEC day one : Who are these AWESOME people?!

I just got back to my dorm room — kicked off my shoes and plugged in the phone. We will be heading to dinner in about an hour and then a full evening of Opening Ceremonies, presentations and an amazing … Continue reading

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