NolaVie Presents : Education


Youthful music in the Lower Nine

Rev. Lonell Wright traded retirement for a new avocation as a children's advocate.

Editor's Note: In honor and memory of Sharon Litwin, The Queen here at NolaVie, we will be publishing a piece from her every day for the next month. Sharon was an advocate and spokeswoman for arts, culture, people, and policies ... Read More »

Teaching the humanities of hacking

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As we continue to honor Sharon Litwin, today we highlight her story done on Chuck Gardner, who teaches algebra and math. He’s also the Cyber Science Coordinator, the one who runs the elective robot classes. And it's not just about the mechanics. By introducing his students to the critical humanities aspects and social responsibilities of the devices they are learning to build, he is teaching them how to deal with and respect automated systems that can operate without human control. Read More »

Voices on Education: The Waldorf way

Chalkboard lessons at the Waldorf School in New Orleans (Photo: Renee Peck)

Editor's note: In a series last fall called Voices from the Classroom: The Arts in Education Reform, NolaVie and cultural partner WWNO public radio teamed up to take a look at how the arts are being used creatively in schools ... Read More »

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