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This month began with the international Visible Thinking conference in Miami at FIU. Although Edu1st did not present this year, our participation was still acknowledge by many who were interested in learning about what we have been doing and impressed with the progress that we are continuously making. Such a case was Bernadina Mueller, Director of an international school in Germany, who upon knowing that we were not presenting changed her schedule to make sure that she had time to see our schools, our teachers, and what we are doing with visible thinking. She said she was fascinated with all our work.

Those of us who attended the conferences were treated to numerous stimulating concepts and ideas, including those of Ron Richard, David Perkins, and director of Project Zero, Shari Tishman. But the conference also served as a strong affirmation that we are going in the right direction and that we are leading the way when it comes to early childhood.


  • Bernadina Mueller at Edu1st Schools
  • Edu1st team with Ron Richard