Fresh Grown

Alisa wrote a cool sentence today. In working with a group of traditional teachers, when they realized what is possible with CI instruction, she said:

… [they] immediately felt that rush of wind through their hair from not pulling Hebrew out of a box, but rather cooking it up in class w/fresh, organic & locally grown ingredients…



1 thought on “Fresh Grown”

  1. Alisa I hope this means you have had a great training with the Hebrew teachers! It is liberating to be cooking with REAL ingredients! Way to go! Spreading the word and fighting the good fight!

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