FableVision Learning is an educational publishing company with a BIG mission.
We firmly believe that a well-educated student is not complete without less "test-able" skills, including the 4 Cs (plus 1): creativity, communication, collaboration, critical thinking — and compassion. We also believe in providing hands-on, meaningful, authentic learning experiences to help ALL learners realize their true potential.
These foundation skills are the building blocks upon which a lifetime of learning can be built. While the details of educational goals and outcomes vary from state to state and country to country, we all share this fundamental vision for students' success.
FableVision’s mission is to help educators inspire their students to develop and strengthen these essential skills. We will continue on our "200-year mission" to develop, discover, and share creative learning tools that help educators and students move their lives — and the world — to a better place.
It Starts with One Teacher
It only takes one teacher committed to connecting the dots with a student. For Peter H. Reynolds Mr. Matson was that one teacher.
"He did one of the most powerful things an educator or caregiver can do -- he noticed me. He took the time to see who I was. What my interest was. He was teaching math, but he found time to pause and see what my "spark" was - and then he did something even more powerful. He connected the dots. He connected my art with math - and probably , even more powerful - he connected art, math and TEACHING."
Peter dedicated his book "The Dot," to his 7th Grade math teacher.
At FableVision Learning we are proud of our creative educators and encourage all to CREATE BRAVELY.
Let us know how we can help you on YOUR journey!
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