• Darest Thou Now, O Soul?

    Freshmen and sophomores pose and pursue their lives’ guiding questions in Who Am I?’s Action Project 3.

    REED, Tim (2011) Stars over Mission Point, Flickr.
  • Can Governments Close Nature?

    See where the juniors and seniors of A Nation’s Argument are headed by sampling an Action Project 4 on dialectics.

    REED, Tim (2012) Mountain Road near Cazadero, CA; Flickr.

Experiential Education

GCE students build meaning by anchoring academic study in real-world investigations.

Blended Learning

GCE students learn the language of both high- and low-tech learning tools and transition between them based on need.

Integrated Curriculum

GCE students inhabit courses which blend History and English Language Arts to achieve disciplinary synthesis.

Picturing the Future of Food (FFT 4)

Full credit to LF for the awesome post title.    

31st May
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Picturing the Future of Food (FFT 4)

Time to Move On (Post-Grad Pathways from GCE)

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29th May
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Time to Move On (Post-Grad Pathways from GCE)

I Think, Therefore I am a Potato

This week students began their investigation into global food systems, their origins,...

04th Apr
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MML (2013). Origins of Civilization and Crops. GCE Voices.

Darest Thou Now, O Soul?

In 1900’s Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman wrote about the same wonder that GCE students...

07th Mar
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REED, Tim (2011) Stars over Mission Point, Flickr.

Memory Wicker Walk

The second unit of the Who Am I? course challenges students to delve...

06th Mar
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REED, Tim (2013). Wicker Wigs; GCE Voices.

We are the Dreamers of Dreams

  In 1874, the English poet Arthur O’Shaughnessy wrote Ode, which begins:...

06th Mar
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DE POLO, Steven (2009). Dream Catcher Macro; Flickr.
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