Using art installations and murals, Nancy Scheinman designs three-dimensional, multisensory environments that set the scene for experiential learning in schools — learning through direct experience instead of just about the experience of others.
“Most schools are so institutional and visually boring, I looked out the window all the time,” she said.
Monarch Baltimore, like other guild-operated schools, follows the school jurisdiction’s curriculum requirements. In addition, its mission, is to create a culture where students are guided to “think critically, problem-solve creatively, become self-disciplined” and to “understand that the goal of life is to serve a cause larger than one’s self.”
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