I don’t normally spend a lot of time trying to discover my teaching beliefs, but once in a while, I find myself in a situation where I come face to face with them. 654 more words
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A 2017 graduate of the College of Education, Michelle Fedran made an unusual choice for her first teaching position: she moved to a remote part of Alaska to begin her career. 703 more words
I’ve published two videos this week. Both of these videos were inspired by Jeff Bezos’ letter to shareholders from last week. (The text of the letter is available below). 4,474 more words
On February 24, 2018, I was at the beginning of making a pretty big decision in my life. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve made some pretty big decisions in my life, particularly in the last 4 years or so, but this one was equally important on my journey of healing and road toward striving to reach my authentic self. 817 more words
We come with inbred design flaws
Humans are emotional, illogical and often irrational. At one time those helped us, but now they do not.
Daniel Kahneman deals with many of them in his excellent book, “Thinking Fast and Slow.” System 1 is emotional, reactive, spontaneous and myopic. 812 more words