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Book Learning: 7 Ways for Kids to Get Involved

Hi there, Book Learners!

April is supposedly the cruelest month (though I think T. S. Eliot would have felt differently if he’d experienced Michigan in February… 604 more words

Eerdfolk

Week 4 & 5

Week four was a rather slow week.  The modules were short, but so very interesting, and the online class provided a bit of good information. I wanted to talk about task 2 – but the lecturer wanted to leave that discussion until week 5. 371 more words

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Positive Feedback

In my previous post, I discussed the first few pages of Quiet Leadership.  Again this book has continued to amaze me.  The section that really spoke to me is that leaders focus on accentuating the positive.   405 more words

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Advice: Is it useful?

My current read is giving me so much to think about.  The book is Quiet Leadership by David Rock.  He is also the author who inspired by… 477 more words

Reflective Teacher

The Deadliest Species

“We” are the deadliest species of all. But you might know that already! Sweeping all those animals to extinction was crucial for our survival and we wouldn’t have survived at all if our ancestors would have done anything different from what they did (30,000 years ago). 73 more words

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Book Learning: Mrs. White Rabbit Comes to Class

Hey there, Book Learners!

It’s been a good week: I have flowers on my desk, we’re inching our way towards spring (whether Mother Nature decides to acknowledge it or not), and best of all, there are bright/shiny/beautiful new books in the warehouse. 490 more words

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Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

Most of the books which I have read used to have direct application meaning I could apply whatever I read from the book my daily life and also write about it. 167 more words

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