Carol Dweck’s famous book, “Mindset”, was one that was (is) hugely popular with educators, not only in helping shape their work and thoughts on students, but also pushing learning in educator with their peers.
How do you manage your online identity? Your digital tattoo is how you are perceived online, for better or worse. In this workshop, we will be using the information skills you’ve developed for researching essay topics, but this time the topic is you!
“As the year has wrapped up for most North American schools, I look back at my year and realize how blessed I am to not only be able to travel the world and share my experience with others, but also the opportunity to still work with Parkland School...”
“I was talking to an assistant principal friend from a neighboring district who was telling me some funny stories from her middle school experience. She said her own mom and dad like to ask her to tell stories from school.”
Ken Hakstol's insight:
Love the post. Agree that guns have no place in schools.
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