Learning Outside the Schedule – Sharing a New Voice

As a Director of Academic Technology, I have always celebrated the learning our students do outside of daily schedule that happens on the fields and in our performance spaces. The benefits to our students is that they develop the capacity of leadership, the need to work in an ensemble or team, and most importantly, with our school’s requirements, pushes students to participate into either new areas or areas of discomfort. The tongue-tied star athlete is required to perform on stage. Likewise, the theater geek is required to push themselves athletically. Eloquently pointing this out is a new voice in the […]