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12 Personality traits of a great boss [Infographic]

12 Personality traits of a great boss [Infographic] | project based learning | Scoop.it

You have probably heard the old saying, People don’t quit their job, they quit their bosses. Poor leadership can lead to poor performance across the board. This is why it’s important to make sure…


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Newsdeck's curator insight, April 10, 2014 7:34 AM

We dedicate this post for bosses, chief human resources or entrepreneurs. Do you want to know if you are a great boss? . Let's look  this infographic.

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Project Based Learning: Explained

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A learing playlist of PBL (Project Based Learning) resources


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Ashlee David's curator insight, February 13, 2014 12:40 PM

I can relate to this video. I feel most of my school career was memorizing facts to take a test then forgetting it so I could memorizing the new facts for the up coming test. We need schools to realize that this strategy isn't working and is not preparing students for the project based world we live in. By using project based learning we have students use critical thinking, collaboration, and communication to solve a problem. Students get involved and more hands on which will last in their memory longer then just trying to memorize facts for a test.

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How to Make Kindness The Foundation of School Culture

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Although it may seem simple, making kindness the foundation of a school culture is very challenging in practice.

 

Changemaker School Lusher Charter's number-one school rule is "be kind." Although it may seem simple, making kindness the foundation of a school culture is very challenging in practice. Through a robust social and emotional learning program and a planned effort to help students use empathy to improve their class, school and local New Orleans community, Lusher challenges us to rethink what "being kind" means as an educational philosophy. To understand Lusher's approach, we do not need to look further than Christa Talbot's 4th-5th grade classroom.

 

Laura White

Manager, Changemaker Schools Network

 


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