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Prewriting Assignments Work

Looking at the differences between the “This I Believe” essays I received and the “Definition” essays, along with the prewriting homework, I have to say that prewriting really works. 86 more words


Thank you Disillusionment

I am a recovering perfectionist. What that means is every day I fight for my worthiness by admitting that I am powerless over my need to prove my worthiness. 697 more words


First-time facilitator: what to expect? 5 things I learned at my first meetup

Last night, I had a sudden thought of writing this article after thinking about *the day* that happened two weeks ago. Of course, I’m referring to the meetup I held with two of my colleagues, Andrei and Lucian, at TechHub Bucharest for the TeamSTAR competition. 1,008 more words


Teen it up!

Skepticism, ego, arrogance, disdain, uncaring – I could go on about the attitude I faced at a corporate teambuilding – improv workshop for a multinational. Now to be fair, it was only some of them who acted like that. 293 more words


On kids...

So grateful for our kids.

They seem to be the easiest kids I know and they seem to be totally ok with their crazy mother. 133 more words

Not Just Another Learning Philosophy

What is learning?

According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, learning is the activity or process of gaining knowledge or skills by studying, practicing, being taught, or experiencing something (2015). 1,367 more words

Blended Learning

The Myth Busters of Instructional Coaching

This is my second year as an Instructional Coach at Edward Little, and I love my new role at my alma mater!    When I tell people about my new position, most people will tilt their heads, squint their eyes, and ask, “So….WHAT do you do??”   To come up with a definition of my job title, I thought I would start by explaining what an Instructional Coach is NOT. 416 more words