Mentoring and Coaching- Which do I need?
“The delicate balance of mentoring someone is not creating them in your own image, but giving them the opportunity to create themselves.” Steven Spielberg I love the quote by Steven Spielberg. Mentoring is so meaningful and is so rewarding for those involved. As mentoring begins, it is a foundation built on trust, honesty, authenticity, and … Continue reading Mentoring and Coaching- Which do I need?
Be the Solution Daily Quote: 11-10-22
I saw a post in an educational group about teachers and administrators calling it quits sooner than later. Some threw in the towel just last week. I sent a response back with what are the specifics leading to all of these withdrawals so quickly. I did not get a reply back; I am not out … Continue reading Be the Solution Daily Quote: 11-10-22
Understanding Civics and Citizenship
Teaching civics should entail our political, social, and economic systems. It is essential to teach our students about their rights and responsibilities as citizens. In addition, helping to provide students with ways they can engage with the political process through voting, service, and volunteering. Tuesday, November 8, 2022, is Election Day, and I am writing … Continue reading Understanding Civics and Citizenship
I voted today, Did you?
Solution Weekly: November 6-12, 2022
Welcome to Daylight Savings Time Hopefully everyone remembered to fall back! Clocks changed today! I am the Lord, the God of every person on the earth. Nothing is impossible for Me.— Jeremiah 32:27 Gratitude Brings-Great Things The month of November is a time we think of “Gratitude” and “Thanksgiving.” What does “thank you” mean? If … Continue reading Solution Weekly: November 6-12, 2022
Daylight Savings Time
November 6th is the day that marks the time to fall back! So tonight set your clocks back one hour. “A push in the U.S. Congress to make daylight-saving time permanent, which was unanimously passed by the Senate earlier this year, has stalled in the House, with a key lawmaker telling Reuters they have been … Continue reading Daylight Savings Time
Knowledge can Hurt
For with much wisdom comes much sorrow; the more knowledge, the more grief. Ecclesiastes 1: Have you ever thought you know too much? It seems like a crazy question to ask and to think about, but something to ponder for a moment or two. Here is why I think it is something to investigate. As … Continue reading Knowledge can Hurt
Spiritual Sunday: 10-30-22
Believing in Chaos
Chaos seems to be a word to capture moments in our life and society. Christmas comes to mind when the family is crowded in the festivity of celebrating, and if you have just a moment to step back to look, it is fantastic! Fall is the time we can notice the changes happening all around … Continue reading Believing in Chaos