Category Archives: Progressive Education

Kelly Johnson Launches Environmental Arts School

Kelly Johnson, an Individualized MA graduate (with a concentration in Environmental Studies), used her studies at Goddard to develop a curriculum and write a book, Wings, Worms and Wonder:A Guide for Creatively Integrating Gardening and Outdoor Learning Into Children’s Lives!, … Continue reading

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“It Was As If I Came Home”: Diasie Sammy-Christopher on Finding Support and Homecoming at Goddard

Listen to Diasie Sammy-Christopher talk about “….getting to Vermont without knowing anyone, and I felt like I was home.” These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here. Diasie Sammy-Christopher – … Continue reading

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Learning That Reveals Itself in the Everyday and in Community: Joe Mason on Studying Sustainability

How to engage in education that reveals itself in the the everyday and over time? Listen to what Joe Mason, a Social Innovation and Sustainability student, has to say about this process in his studies and community. These videos are … Continue reading

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New Perspectives and Conversations: Hayley Lewis and Joe Mason

Finding new perspectives and conversations in central to GGI studies. Listen to what students Joe Mason and Hayley Lewis have to say about this process. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about … Continue reading

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Karen Campbell on Dismantling Problems to Find New Voices

Faculty member Karen Campbell discusses how the Goddard model helps students dismantle problems and find new voices and solutions. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here.

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The Flexibility of the Low-Residency Model with Emily Carr and Jim Sparrell

Listen to student Emily Carr and faculty member Jim Sparrell explain how the flexibility of Goddard’s low-residency model leads students toward their more meaningful study as well as what Jim calls “an interconnectivity of ideas and belonging.” These videos are … Continue reading

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Learning Relevant to My Passion: Joe Mason

Student Joe Mason explains how the learning he’s doing at Goddard speaks to his life’s work and passion, and also how this education is a stepping stone toward his goals. Listen here to two videos featuring Joe. These videos are … Continue reading

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