Tag: Curiosity

How Do We Change The Way Students Experience Learning?

Curious. When you have a moment to yourself throughout the day, (driving in the car, running on the treadmill, when the sun is rising and you’re just waking up) what does your mind go to?  In the past, it’s been anything from how can I get ALL of my students excited about reading to imagining

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The Purpose of Education Is to What???

  Audio version of this post. I’ll admit it. When I go to parties I can’t help myself.  As much as I try to avoid it, I inevitably talk about education. Especially if there’s beer.  One good IPA will get me waxing poetic about my vision of education for pretty much the entire night. I’ve

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When You’ve Had One Too Many Google Slides

Audio version of this post. Email at 9:30 p.m. Sunday night.  Tomorrow school is cancelled due to inclement weather.  (Cue the cheering) Email at 9:45 p.m.  All admin must still report to fulfill their contractual obligation. (Cue the booing) Not gonna lie.  That last email didn’t exactly make my night, BUT it did lead to

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A Good Question Can Solve Any Problem

Audio version of this post. Judge a Man By His Questions Rather Than By His Answers Seven years ago I would have seriously struggled with this quote.  Coming out of the classroom into the role of an instructional coach, I thought my sole purpose was to solve any problem that was brought my way.  In some

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