Cultivating A Sense of Wonder


by
Mary Clifford June 28, 2015


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2015

ABSTRACT:

What does it mean to have a sense of wonder and why is it so essential for our students? We will explore these questions as well as the challenges we face as educators in cultivating the quality of wonder in our classrooms, from kindergarten through high school. Please bring your own ideas and experiences as we discuss practical ways to cultivate and promote a sense of wonder in our students.


TAGS:

Grammar School Pedagogy Teachers Upper School Wonder


Resources:

Mary Clifford
Mary Clifford is a Logic School Humanities teacher at the Geneva School of Boerne. She has taught at Geneva for nine years and is a former Grammar School Paideia Award winner for excellence in teaching. She and her husband have two sons and live in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas.

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