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School Solutions: Passion-Based Learning

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Vincent Calderon

on 24 July 2013

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School Solutions: Passion-Based Learning
You can't just teach it, you have to feel it too!
Passion motivates in a variety of settings. Marketing, social endeavors, and more. Why can't we make our learning and teaching more passionate as well!
Work space
Have a student assigned to classes both by needed courses and by which teacher they relate to best by passion. Class sizes may vary,but would be with like-minded students. Teachers would be more energetic and have more hands-on learning
Our Mission
Our mission is to first find out what students are passionate about. Then, it is to get teachers passionate about teaching. When both of these are accomplished, the school environment melds together perfectly!
Student Voice and Passions
We incorporate student voice and passions by listening to input from students on curriculum. We consider the student position on any issues that may arise in the school.
Passionate Quotes
"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow." -Anthony D'Angelo

"The art of handling university students is to make oneself appear, and almost ostentatiously, to be treating them as adults." -Arnold Joseph Toynbee in "Experiences"

"Find something your passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it." -Julia Child
Mikva High School, Campus A: An Ed Council Idea
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