Enjoy a conversation with four outstanding educators from our community this Sunday, Feb. 2.
Enjoy a conversation with four outstanding educators from our community this Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. at the Lennox Town Center's Barnes & Noble.
Fred Andrle will host a panel discussion entitled "Teaching in the Key of Life: How dedicated teachers share joyful, creative learning experiences with their student." And the panelists include Columbus Parent columnist Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld http://www.columbusparent.com/content/stories/2013/01/youve-got-to-be-taught.html; Indianola Alternative's dance teacher Marlene Robbins (who was profiled http://www.columbusparent.com/content/stories/2011/01/28/fun-people-you-should-meet.html in our magazine; Tom Griffin, a sixth-grade teacher at Bexley's Cassingham Elementary School; and special needs pre-school teacher Izetta Nicole Thomas from Easthaven Elementary School in Columbus.
If you're looking for support and solidarity with educators who value the creative approach to education, you will find it here!
The store is located at 1739 Olentangy River Road, and for more information about Andrle's Conversation series, go to http://huminst.osu.edu/programs/conversations.