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3 thoughts on “Wall-less learning in a walled environment”
Hello David, the best lesson in this video was changing the walled mindset. Love how you are doing your best bringing in the concepts and compassion for the children with whatever you have. Truly encouraging.
keep up the good work and all the best 🙂
Thanks for sharing how you turned a walled environment into a wall-less learning environment. I like how the spaces are been curated intentionally and purposely for learning.
Thanks for sharing David, such a great example of working within a traditional environment and making it untraditional!
loved it. be well!