Poetic Knowledge: Horse Sense in Our Classrooms


by
Robyn Burlew June 21, 2013


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2013

ABSTRACT:

How do we prevent our students from simply learning facts about our subjects? Looking for ways to cultivate “poetic knowledge” is crucial in helping our students come to fuller understanding and appreciation of a topic. Application will be appropriate for all grade levels.


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Classroom Strategies Subjects Teachers


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Robyn Burlew
Robyn just completed her first year as Upper School Principal and Academic Dean at Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia, after serving for fifteen years at Covenant Christian Academy in Harrisburg, PA. She earned a BA in Biology from Houghton College and a M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum and Instruction from Covenant College.

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Article - SCL Conference 2012

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Article - SCL Conference 2016

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