Brief Overview

The Fuller Education Model is not a school or a program; instead, it is a framework that allows students, teachers, administrators, families, and communities to create an educational atmosphere that prioritizes learning, wellness, and contribution for everyone involved. What is the mission of a Fuller Education? The mission of a Fuller Education is to challenge,…

Academies

The first aspect of the Fuller Model is to take an existing school and divide it into academies.  These academies are created around a central theme/focus that directly addresses the school’s identity, teacher expertise, community needs and resources, and student interests.  When we talk about creating academies within existing schools, there are two different aspects…

Student-Directed Learning

In addition to the Academic block, we also have a singular method for validating student individuality and interests through Student-Directed Learning.  There are no “after-school” programs in our design.  We want to send the message to our students that what they are interested in matters, and if our goal is to make the world work,…

Immersion Activities

Shifting our focus away from “covering curriculum” to “making the world work” means that connecting the academic world with the world around it is a priority, not a luxury.  As with the Academic Block and Student-Directed Learning, if we see making this connection as something important then we must make time for it. As such,…

Time, Facilities, Technology

Time: Whenever there is talk of change in any organization, much of the resistance that we face is the reality that there is not enough time.  Change not only requires time to train, practice, and evaluate, but change in and of itself requires sufficient time.  One of the greatest strengths of the Fuller Model is…

Contact and FAQs

How can we contact you? Email us at fullereducation@gmail.com Who are you guys? We are a group of educators who have taught in a variety of places and situations.  We love what we do, we love the kids we teach, and we recognize that everyone is trying to do the best with what we have. …