Can Drawing be learned? – Matt Fussell

I thought you said the word Draw was so uncommon but are you saying now that there’s a word for them?

Lori White from Oregon: Yes, that’s the correct answer.

The last time you were here, did I have that kind of question?

Lori White: It actually doesn’t make sense that you would ask a different question.

I’ve come across some other words that mean a lot to me. I’m curious if anyone knows anything about a word which has no definition but just means something weird?

Lori White: Wow! It’s so hard to think of a word that I’d like to talk about. I think about this one a lot, because it’s so strange. It doesn’t make a huge amount of sense to me but I find it intriguing. So that’s what I call Weird! Just for fun. I like to think of it as a synonym for Weirdness.

I know that in my head the word Weird is being used a lot to describe something that has no definition. That can be a challenge in a classroom context.

Lori White: I’m sure that some teachers still use it as a term of endearment to refer to something that they find interesting or strange. But I want it to stay just Weirdness!

I’m so glad to hear this. I also want to give a special shout out for Emily, who does so much for the blog. She knows our school, and she’s doing great work on behalf of what we do on our little side business. Thanks!

Lori White: I’m so glad you can give that shout-out! It would definitely help. Emily’s also one of a few teachers who is reading our blog all the time, and is a friend as well. I couldn’t possibly do that without her.

As a school where we have a large diversity of opinions, it’s sometimes difficult to feel like everyone understands everything the school stands for. We have a lot of support from the community, so sometimes it can feel like we’re constantly surrounded by people who are making different opinions about what’s right or wrong in school. Sometimes it seems like this is a pretty hard-to-find place for a community to come together and make a common, positive space. But you can find that at K-12 schools across the country. What would you say to us, kids? What can you share about your school that other students can relate to?

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Can Drawing be learned? – Matt Fussell
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