https://youtu.be/1Evwgu369Jw When this video hit the internet, I was like, "Yes. Exactly. This is what I try to teach in staff training, but she says it so simply. She makes it make sense." In light of the recent events worldwide and the echoes of the fear-based politicking of WWII, we MUST remember to have empathy. … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Brene Brown on Empathy
Never, EVER think that your differences sort you out. There is always a place for you in Lenanshee.
I've got to admit that I'm not a huge fan of the tattoos and pictures of anchors that say "I refuse to sink." That is what anchors do. They are made out of pig iron or another heavy substance specifically to sink and keep the ship safe in harbor or near shore, frequently to weather … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Sinking Ship
Thanks, Elmer's Teachers Club, for this gem that showed up on my Facebook timeline today. This is why I teach folks to teach hands-on as much as possible. Grow bodies and brains together!
One of the most radical, loving, and brilliant people to serve the youth of America died today. Grace Lee Boggs was 100. She put the "active" in "activism," changing the face of education, encouraging race and gender equality, and never, ever slowing down. She taught me to always look around me as I fight my … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Grace Lee Boggs
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The seasons are changing, we are entering a time of more darkness... what is the light you see?