This conversation connects to the “Plan” strand of the PEBC Teaching Framework. From an intermediate school in the inner loop of a major American city to an elementary school school resting over 8,000 feet above sea level. From a pre-K-12 grade international school near the Dnieper River to where she first attended school as a kindergartener, Gabrielle has been teaching and adapting to different learning structures for over twenty years. She loves learning and the process of learning and, this month, she is learning how to work with polymer clay, learning how to make a birdhouse, learning how to teach her cats to stay, and learning how to speak Spanish.
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