The Private Eye - looking closely and thinking by analogy with jeweler's loupes and inquiry method for hands-on interdisciplinary science, art, writing, math, and more

Who is The Private Eye for?
Who is The Private Eye For?

Student using jeweler's loupe to closely observe cactus



Classrooms, families, even businesses use The Private Eye to stimulate creativity and insight across subjects. It's for "regular", gifted, bilingual, special-education and at-risk students. For a sense of who's using The Private Eye and how, see Field Reports and Rave Reviews .


Teachers using jeweler's loupes in Private Eye process


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