We have a responsibility to awe.
What if the molten foundations of K12 “homework” – if we must give it – were poured into and formed by the molds and casts of the Innovator’s DNA verbs?
How might we better nurture our learners’ responsibility to awe? Our own responsibility to awe?
[Hat tip to David Cannon for the video!]
What’s our balance like, as educators…as schools, for utilizing homework to “go through the motions” vs. “inspire awe” at our condition as humans? How might we rebalance our scales?
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