Mindfulness, mothering, oppressive systems, Parenting, peace, peace tray, social justice, white privilege

What is Peace?

Our daughter is almost two years old. I can't believe it. Time seemed to pass by so slowly when she was an infant....the days just ran together (probably from utter exhaustion). Now, she is a feisty, active, exploring toddler! As she gets older, I strive to continue to find creative ways to embed routines into… Continue reading What is Peace?

Birth, Parenting

The Tiniest Teacher

 We found out we were pregnant in January. After months of trying, the news came as a surprise. We knew our home and lifestyle in Placencia, Belize as a childless couple would certainly be turned upside down…we expected this. But because of our adventurous nature and my educational background, I thought some of the whole… Continue reading The Tiniest Teacher

Education

Ocean Unit Ends…Habitat Exploration Begins

Last month, our research led us deep as we dove into the zones of the ocean! We had a blast with ocean exploration. The students were REALLY interested in the Hadal Zone and all the mysterious & scary animals that live there. This month, students are exploring animal habitats. Living in Belize is optimal for… Continue reading Ocean Unit Ends…Habitat Exploration Begins

Education, experiential, freespiritlearning, homeschooling, studentledinquiry

Student Led Inquiry in a Multi-Age Setting

Student Led Inquiry. Hands on Learning. The Discovery Approach. What does this mean? To me, student led inquiry is letting students have a say in their learning. This will look different in each educational setting, but the purpose behind student led inquiry remains the same. Students learn the best when they are interested in what… Continue reading Student Led Inquiry in a Multi-Age Setting