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To put it simply, “Why” is the root of all change. Why do you get up every morning? Why do you go to bed at the time that you do? Why do you do things differently in the present that you did differently in your past? These are all questions at the heart of humanity and our … Continue reading The Head Won’t Go Where the Heart Hasn’t Been
One of the biggest concerns that we have as educators is the attention span of our learners. In a traditional lecture-based format, some lectures can span 15 minutes with activities, while others span 30 to 45 minutes and then the following day is work. Creating shorter self-paced video content allows for greater in class instruction time. This concept was implemented during the early onset of … Continue reading Pacing & Professional Learning
How can I help a learner develop a growth mindset? There are at least 100 diverse ways that this question can be approached. For starters, I must embody the growth mindset within myself. I must embrace my failures and shortcomings and accept them as growth opportunities. Secondly, I must be able to demonstrate this in the classroom. How do I demonstrate this in the classroom? This is where … Continue reading The Power of the Growth Mindset
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