We still live in a world where judgment comes before the opportunity to provide evidence of innocence or to provide details to prove wrong the thoughts of the judgment placed on the individual or individuals. Why do I bring up this point? Because I have lived the judgment, the made-up narratives and stories, and the … Continue reading Growing Strong
Engagement of Students The technology age has played a significant impact on teaching and learning, I believe. Our students, I know, would tell you they are engaged with the electronic games they are playing at home, and the social media platforms they are utilizing, and are available to access many of these items 24/7. The … Continue reading Engaging-Are students?
Growing Strong in a garden of weeds How do you grow a garden when it is full of weeds? Everyone is telling you to do something different, no don’t focus on that, but on this. Oh, why are you doing that? It would help if you were doing this. Where are your papers to demonstrate … Continue reading Solution Weekly: December 4-10, 2022
“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.”—Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”—Albert Einstein “Study is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”—Albert Einstein “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and … Continue reading Quotes about learning and more
Expectations, Directions and Orders Do you have expectations for others? What about yourself? Do you have expectations for yourself? Do others place expectations on you? Do you have directions or orders to accomplish? Exactly what are the differences? How do you handle these as a leader, staff member, parent, and student? During the 1960s experiment … Continue reading Knowing the difference
It is so important to look through many lenses in our life. We have the opportunity to have the ability to take the time to be so open-minded as we respect others' thoughts. Our responsibility is still to remain true to our core beliefs and values. Maya Angelou is one of my favorites in bringing … Continue reading Inspire Wednesday
Expectations, Directions and Orders Do you have expectations for others? What about yourself? Do you have expectations for yourself? Do others place expectations on you? Do you have directions or orders to accomplish? Exactly what are the differences? How do you handle these as a leader, staff member, parent, and student? Quotes about learning “I … Continue reading Solution Weekly: November 27-December 3, 2022
Trusting the Direction Do you type in the address of your destination, and the GPS produces several options as choices to take? One of the choices is the fastest route. Do you select it and go? Who doesn’t want to get to the destination fast? We place trust in many things. Can you think of … Continue reading Direction-Do you have one?
As an educator for the past two decades, boys have been in academic crisis. “Nearly twice as many boys as girls have trouble reading, are diagnosed with language disabilities, and are referred to special education classes. 41% of children in the United States are not reading at a basic level by third grade, and a … Continue reading America- Boy’s in Crisis
Thanksgivings We celebrate our Thanksgiving this week. A time to reflect on all we are thankful for in our lives. I look around, and I know I have all that I need to have in my life. Almost a year ago, I faced horrible news of cancer; 12 years ago, we faced as a family … Continue reading Solution Weekly: November 20-26, 2022