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  • Monday April 11, 2016
  • We're All In!

    For the first time in Teton Science Schools' 49-year history, we are “all in” in supporting the organization philanthropically. By “we,” I mean parents of Teton Valley Community School and Journeys School students, as well as every full-time employee throughout the organization.
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  • Monday April 4, 2016
  • Envisioning an Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Teton Science Schools

    Why are diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) important for Teton Science Schools? What does an equitable, diverse, and inclusive TSS look like?
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  • Friday February 5, 2016
  • Expanding the TSS Family

    As I look back over our time in Bhutan, I am struck by the many stories, feelings, and conversations that make up my experience there. I remember walking near a river with a young teacher named Bhagat, talking about his small rural village school, the Bhutanese culture, and how to show respect according to social status.
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  • Monday February 1, 2016
  • Making Education Relevant in Samtse, Bhutan

    Do you believe love marriages or arranged marriages last longer? While this does not sound like your typical Teton Science Schools question, it was one of the innovative lessons designed by Samtse College of Education lecturers during a professional training course in Bhutan this week.
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  • Friday January 22, 2016
  • Intentional Culture in Punakha, Bhutan

    One of the tenets of Teton Science Schools’ educational framework is “intentional culture.” Even as we continue to define what that means to us organizationally, here at our professional development workshop in Bhutan we have had great success translating “intentional culture” from theory into practice.
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  • Monday January 18, 2016
  • Inquiry and Design Learning in Punakha, Bhutan

    At the core of the Teton Science Schools’ framework are the interlinked inquiry and design cycles. In inquiring more about a place and asking questions, you find opportunities to answer those questions and to design solutions. This process takes practice, and that’s just what veteran place-based education teachers from across Bhutan have been doing for the past week in our workshop.
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