Eric Hollenbeck is the real deal. A master craftsman in all aspects of life. Beyond the beauty of his work, beyond his wisdom, beyond his stories, there lies a truth about who we were, and who we must strive to be.
Tag Archives: Purpose-based learning
“Well,How Did I Get Here?*” Or … Thank You.
I am not an entrepreneur. I do not own a business. Serial startups are not my thing. I am however, entrepreneurially minded. After almost 25 years of living, breathing, and evolving my understandings of creativity–from self-expressive to problem solving to problem finding and the applied creativity of design–I’ve come to enjoy the risks of startingContinue reading ““Well,How Did I Get Here?*” Or … Thank You.”
A Seat at the Table(s): Designing the Space of NOVA Lab
How did a traditional classroom go from traditional seating used in untraditional but unattractive ways to a flexible, adaptable, agile set up that gives students a seat at the table when it comes to setup and usage?
Do Good Things Newsletter: Design for Inclusion
Today, during a half-day of professional development, we high school teachers sat through a Zoom presentation with author and educational consultant Jenna Ruffo as she introduced and discussed the salient points of Universal Design for Learning. Ms. Ruffo has spoken to us before, on our opening day, and so we had already been primed toContinue reading “Do Good Things Newsletter: Design for Inclusion”
Do Good Things Newsletter: Warren Buffett on Happiness
Last year I started a weekly (mostly…sometimes…infrequently) newsletter focusing on the good things that designers and other creatives in the world have been doing to try to make a positive impact on the world. From coffee shops, to bike paths, to baseball camps for young children…there’s a lot of good going on in a worldContinue reading “Do Good Things Newsletter: Warren Buffett on Happiness”