Case Study: World in Bloom—Lindisfarne AGS
Learning is personal, and for meaningful and authentic learning to take place, there has to be an emotional connection; it has to have relevance to the learner. This idea was foremost on the mind of Kim Denny, a teacher at Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, as she considered what kind of solutions-based project would really reach her young Year 3 learners.
Her goal was to incorporate the 6Ds of Solution Fluency to take her kids on a journey of exploring the true value of human life by looking through someone else’s eyes, and to become inspired to help those less fortunate by giving them opportunities to better their lives.
This is the story of how her students used Solution Fluency to look beyond their own lives and take powerfully creative initiatives to show us all that across the city or the globe, we are all still family.
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