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I-imagine™ ~ Waking Up a Generation for Their Own Greatness
We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.
~Franklin D. Roosevelt
A teacher's purpose is not to create students in his or her own image, but to develop students who can create their own image.
We want our kids to know that at their very core is something good and uniquely special about them ~ to know they matter and have value in our world. May they live their journey with courage, zest and fortitude shining their light and gifts on a hopeful path into their best and brightest future. ~
adapted quotation from
. P. Benson.
Calling all educators to illuminate every student's sense of greatness - to engage students in discovering their identity and purpose through exploring, mining understanding and finally imagining a story 20 years from now living their BEST future.
I-imagine ™: Taking MY Place
in the World
is a personal, student scrapbooking journey grounded in extensive research showing significant gains that come from inspiring hope, joy and self-action in learners.
unfolds a series of tasks enabling students to awaken their dreamer and believer. The journey supports students in discovering their strengths and gifts as they activate life-goals for shining their light in the world for good - living in the truth that their lives and talents matter to the world. A finale multimedia,
culminates a well-crafted, role-playing docudrama narrative storytelling AS IF their future life is NOW.
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™ StoryMaking in Minot, ND w/ Bernajean Porter
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