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transforming elementary education: an evening with sir ken robinson

 

Thank you for joining us on Friday 4 November for “Transforming Elementary Education: An Evening with Sir Ken Robinson.” We were honored to facilitate and to participate in this collaborative venture, and thrilled to join Sir Ken alongside so many other inspired and enthusiastic educators. Together, we can begin to resolve some of the vexing challenges, and discover many of the wondrous opportunities, that characterize elementary school education in the 21st century.

We invite you to share your feedback on the event, to offer suggestions for the future, to provide your responses to all of the ‘town hall’ themes, or to contact us with any questions:

 

F E E D B A C K
Share your initial reflections, impressions, and feedback with us, and with other members of our community, here: cfee | Shared Feedback. If you do not want your comments to be visible to the public, please contact us here: c f e e | Private Feedback

T O W N   H A L L   I N P U T
We are also eager to review and to share your responses to each of the ‘Town Hall’ themes we compiled — questions all of us will understand as vital to our continuing transformation of elementary education in our schools. View these 12 themes and provide your input here: c f e e | Town Hall Input

R E S P O N S E   W A L L
The ‘Response Wall’ projected before and during the event for your texts and tweets is still available for view: c f e e | Response Wall

T W I T T E R   @ C u r t i s C F E E
We encourage you to follow @CurtisCFEE on Twitter for related information and resources, and news of future events and publications. Please use the hashtag #CurtisCFEE in tweets about this event.

C O N T A C T   U S
For comments, input, or inquiries in the future, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly: c f e e | Contact

 


 

We offer our special thanks to Curtis School, the John Thomas Dye School, the Mirman School, New Roads School, Viewpoint School, and Westside Neighborhood School, for making this event possible for all of us to attend, free of charge.

And thank you, once again, for your participation, for your enthusiasm, and for your commitment to our schools and to the children.


center for the future of elementary education at curtis school

 

 

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