I believe mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual elements are important aspects of education that need equal amounts of time and focus.
I believe children should be excited to go to the place they learn.
I believe creativity, decision making, and problem solving are valuable benefits of art that need to be practiced.
I believe the questions children have should guide my teaching.
I believe in learning through exploration.
I believe in field trips.
I believe nature is the most powerful teacher. Children need to be outdoors.
I believe in an education system tailored for each individual student. Everyone is on a unique path.
I believe in learning through making mistakes.
I believe “it is more important to be kind than to be right.”
I believe in active community learning.
I believe in safety and comfort.
I believe in risk-taking and ambition.
I believe in our children.