Tag: growth

Many educators across North America are either about to go on break or are already on their summer break.  I don’t know if the term “break” is accurate (I saw someone refer to it as “recovery”)because I know from experience, that many (if not most) take advantage to grow with formal and informal learning opportunities.  … [Read more…]

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Many educators across North America are either about to go on break or are already on their summer break.  I don’t know if the term “break” is accurate (I saw someone refer to it as “recovery”)because I know from experience, that many (if not most) take advantage to grow with formal and informal learning opportunities.  … [Read more…]

Read More Breaks Are Good

One of my favorite college education professors would often start class with a provoking question. As we would grapple with how to answer or support our positions, he would stand there with his large hands lifted in the air, his voice booming, “Disequilibrium is the beginning of education!” It took me a while to figure […]

Read More PMPEncore046: 5 Ways to Respond to Resistance

I remember my first year of teaching when I walked into a boy’s bathroom that was reeking of smoke. A couple of boys were standing at the urinals when one of them dropped a lit cigarette at his feet. I didn’t know his name, but I told him to grab his bag and follow me […]

Read More PMP:044 How Challenges Help You Grow