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Sent by John Giunta: When I was teaching at the Rock Creek International School, they used the International Baccalauriate program, there were rubrics in place that were useful in assessing our learning and teaching.  Here is a list that fascinated me, it is part of another little project of mine.

Responsibility: What is our responsibility with this knowledge?

Causality: Why is it this way?

Form: What are the qualities of this?

Connection: How does it relate to other things we know?

Change: Is it changing, and from what to what?

Function: Is this useful, and in what way?

How do we know any of this?

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From Instructing Autism: Assessment

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These are a reminder that there is much beauty and love in the world.
Peace Profound,
Asalaam Aleichem,
Shalom,
God Bless You,
Blessed Be,
Sat Sri Akhal,
Namaste,

John

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A drop of dew falls on a leaf

It quivers and gleams

And then slides onto the next leaf

pulsating not knowing what shape to take

slipping again onto another leaf

moving only slightly and again drops to the leaf below

just before the sun comes up

it reaches the last leaf

–Elias Rocha, July 10, 2006
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Painting from a “The Writing of Light” by Michael Leyton

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This is a music performance I gave at a Unity Church in Fairfax, Virginia on New Year’s Eve, 2005 using my collection of 13 antique Tibetan Singing Bowls.

(Rev.) John Giunta


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