Happy Soul Food Friday!
“To live is not to learn but to apply” –Ernest Legouve
Talking ‘Bout My Education
At the end of the day or month, or year, my passion and purpose is education.
Here are a few items to keep the Life is for Learning mindset cranking as we turn the dial from 2015 to 2016.
End-of-life research reveals that people who embrace this life theory are most satisfied. This mindset allows for life’s undeserved ups and downs as a means to personally grow into a better person.
At the end of our lives what most happy people have wished for is that they have become wiser and more loving.
This is my wish for you…
Parenting And Education: 15 Hilarious Parenting Comics that are Almost TOO Real
Let’s create the space for us to all laugh about the common experiences all parents share.
Let’s teach compassion and kindness. Compassion and kindness are my religion…
Education History: Photos of our True History
Worker replacing chalkboards, finds 98 year old drawings and lessons hidden behind them
When contractors began work on four classrooms of Emerson High School in Oklahoma, they knew their remodel would improve education — but they never expected it would impact local history.
5 ways to Stand for Greatness
What do you STAND for as an educator? What are you most passionate about improving at your school? What can you do about it? Stand with other administrators, superintendents, directors and teachers who are making a difference in the classroom, school, and community.
Click here to watch the video, 5 Ways to Stand for Greatness in Education.
This one will make you think and keep us from getting too complacent…
“We have all failed at something. We all still fail at things. It’s not that you fail, it’s that you keep going.”
OC Pathways Showcase demonstrates the sky is not the limit for Orange County students
Thanks this week go to Barbara S-B, those of you that are Compassion IT, Larry H, Glen W, and active learners and teachers everywhere.
Happy New Year!
Live, Love, Learn and Leave a Legacy
“If the wind will not serve, take the oars!” – Latin Proverb