Posted on 04/17/2012 at 08:42 AM by Global Reach

Ponder This:
"If you believe it will work out, you'll see opportunities. If you believe it won't you will see obstacles."

Try This:
Improve classroom participation with this tip—all you need is a deck of cards.

Google This:

This website will help find lists of books that match the experiences and interests of kids ages preteen and up via a wonderful search engine as well as reviews.


Read This:
By Seth Godin:

I'm often stunned by the lack of questions that adults are prepared to ask.

When you see kids go on a field trip, the questions pour out of them. Never ending, interesting, deep... even risky.

And then the resistance kicks in and we apparently lose the ability.

Is the weather the only thing you can think to ask about? A great question is one you can ask yourself, one that disturbs your status quo and scares you a little bit.

The A part is easy. We're good at answers. Q, not so much.
Posted by Seth Godin on December 27, 2011 | Permalink

"Am I giving my students something significant?" -Angela Meyers  Great question to ask every day!

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