Quality of Place
I spent a day last week in a conference center discussing the future of
Now the focus of the project, supported by Ball State University’s Bowen Center for Public Affairs and a slate full of high powered speakers, is on how to transform ourselves into something else more resistant and competitive. Most of the “talk” focused on creating a quality of place—used to be life—and education reform. This is why I am writing.
Today a national tour of Click, Clack, Mo came to The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres for two performances before 800 young elementary students from
Here is an email from a teacher that was sent this afternoon:
I just wanted to write and let you know how WONDERFUL we thought Click, Clack, Mo was today! After talking with the kids back at school, I got a true picture of just how much they enjoyed it. (I was too busy laughing myself while at the play to notice!) Really Jenni, what a professional performance and perfect for first graders! I’m sure we will be talking about this play for awhile here in my class. We came back right away and made a Venn Diagram of the play and the book and how they compare.
We appreciate all that you do to involve Amish Acres into the curriculum here at school. Thanks Jenni!
There, ladies and gentlemen, is your quality of place, even if I have to say so myself.