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Dogmas for FLOW 12X’s genre project (subject:English)

Here’s what I plan to present the students with before we start. I will sprint them in large letters, put them in a frame and hang them on the wall. 1. You must have a purpose with what you write. 2. You must write from your heart but use your head. 3. You must be true to the genre in which you write. 4. You must publish what you write…

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The Sisters of Math and M&M rituals

The Sisters of Math are planning a quest of several tasks and challenges within the theme of growth. That particular theme is a focus of criticism when used in terms of economical growth as a paradigm in society. We want to expand the theme and explore it in terms of other areas. The students will measure the growth of grass, the decreasing oscillation of a pendulum and the chance of…

My grandmother’s scent

The perfume smells like my Grandmother. Not as she smelled in recent years when I was an adult, but the way she smelled when I visited her and granddad when I was a kid. That’s a nice memory to explore, but how to use it in my math classes in Sister’s Academy? I don’t know. Maybe the different genre-workshops in my English classes should each bring a certain smell to…

Collaboration in a sensuous school?

Is a sensuous approach to education one that is more collaborative, and less individual? Sharing experiences that all should relate to somehow, might be a better “can opener” that promises a common stream of thought. Teacher, Sisters Academy #01 at HF & VUC FYN, FLOW, Odense, Denmark