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  • Jon

    Administrator
    July 13, 2021 at 7:40 am

    @anthony.waslaske We’re learning!! We feel that the connecting stage is one of the most important stages as we “always” forgot to do that when first starting using some of these techniques. We have to pull it together and point students to the pathway we’re on. It’s kind of like we’re all on this hiking route and each day we stop on the route and branch off to look for some firewood and then we have to come back together build a fire with that wood on the route…then move a little more down the route and do the same on the next day.