Foster Care

Blog Post 11: The Grand Finale

Self-Direction: I’ve always been an independent learner, so this skill has more or less remained the same for me.  I...

Blog Post 10: March Retreat: The Road So Far

What’s the Story is not like any class I’m taking in school this year, or like any class I’ve taken...

Blog Post 9: What Schools Should Understand About “What’s the Story?”

I have never been a part of a class that functioned in the way “What’s the Story?” does.  I have...

Blog Post 8: What I’ve Learned So Far

Since the first overnight, my group and I have been researching the different aspects of foster care – from what...

Blog Post 7: First Overnight Reflection

My group (Ella, Liz, Bernice, and I) definitely feels more comfortable around each other, and I feel more connected to...

A Call for Familiar Terra Firma- #6

In one way or another, every single issue has the ability to connect. All dependent on the perspective and depth...

#5 exploring more intersts

Three more topics that I found interests in this week are food industries in Vermont, power in society and foster...

Blog Post 5: Mining the Mind Map

Blog Post 4: Mind Mapping the Foster Care System

Blog Post 3: Opinions on Foster Care

To learn more about my topic, and whether or not it is a good idea for me to pursue my...

Blog Post 2: Why don’t all children have permanent homes?

What I already know:   Television is filled with accounts and representations of the foster care system, as well as...

#7: Instructions Not Included

(1) Robbie is my extremely happy, dashing, nineteen-year-old brother. But in addition to all of those things, Robbie has severe...

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