After being diagnosed with the liver cancer that was to take his life a few years later, Steve Jobs gave a heartfelt talk to a graduating class at Stanford University. His advice: “Don’t let the voice of others’ opinions drown out your inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and... Read more »
Self-Awareness Training The children coming into their second grade classroom that morning arranged their chairs in a circle for a daily ritual: Their teacher asked every child to tell the class how they felt (unless they didn’t want to share this), and why they felt that way. This simple exercise in a New Haven, CT... Read more »
Innate systems intelligence is present from our very early years. If nurtured, it can develop to surprising scope and depth in older students. But the key to this progression is offering developmentally appropriate tools that enable students to articulate and hone their systems intelligence – whether through simple visual tools like a reinforcing feedback loop... Read more »
More educators are recognizing that compassion can be taught. But I don’t think it’s enough to have children just learn about compassion, because we need to embody our ethical beliefs by acting on them. This begins with empathy. There are three main kinds of empathy, each involving distinct sets of brain circuits. 1: Cognitive empathy:... Read more »
Don’t tell the kids – or maybe we should. There’s no doubt that IQ and motivation predict good grades. But when you enter the working world, IQ plays a different role: it sorts people into the jobs they can hold. Stellar work in school pays off in getting intellectually challenging jobs. But once you are... Read more »
Data and research on early childhood and schools, childhood education and care, Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Education GPS, Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), This publication offers insights and advice to teachers and school leaders on how they can improve teaching and learning in their schools. It is both a guide through TALIS and a handbook for building excellence into teaching.
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