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The Power of Passion

If you think you can make a difference – you can. As adults, is there any doubt that we are more attentive, more purposeful, and more driven when pursing our passions?  Countless industries have made their fortunes on this concept – developing toy’s, tools and services that allow us to pursue our interests with the … Continue reading

Challenging Students to Make a Difference

Note: This post is intended to be an addendum to a previous post entitled, Are We Cultivating Giant Killers? If you haven’t had a chance to read those thoughts, I would welcome your feedback. Never be afraid to do something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the titanic.  ~ Author Unknown Every generation … Continue reading

Break the Huddle: Learning into Action

As an educator, I want all of my students to feel special.  I want them to recognize their potential as a student, and as a person.  I want them to be confident and engaged.  The video above–created by students at Magnolia High School, in Texas–is a fantastic illustration of how students should feel when they … Continue reading