Whoa. It’s hard to blog when struggling to survive. I am totally kicking myself for not getting anything done for planning during the summer. I can make a bunch of… 2,018 more words

## Tags » Problem-solving

#### Achieving Greatness

Tuesday August 18, 2015 #750

**“I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.” **

**~Woodrow Wilson**

I have known many individuals, particularly senior leaders, working endlessly in isolation, determined to solve a problem or create value. 91 more words

#### Small Steps for Differentiation: Same Task - Different Entry Points

When thinking of differentiation in the classroom, it is easy to fall into the trap of putting pressure on ourselves to perfectly level activities for every student. 453 more words

#### Kissing Circles

In mathematics there are number of named theorems, consider following:

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Kissing Circle Theorem: If four circles are tangent to each other at six distinct points, and the circles have curvatures

#### How do I creatively engage learners with the curriculum to enhance their learning experience

**Use knowledge and skills to identify learner’s strengths and weaknesses in order to choose appropriate teaching and learning strategies**

Tests provide an easy way to identify academically strong and academically weak individuals… 857 more words

#### Talk of the Town: Brain Talk

As adults, we spend an extraordinary amount of time thinking we’ve got our students’ and children’s problems figured out:

“I know why he’s mad…it’s because he can’t get the Legos to fit together!” 699 more words

#### Dealing with Other's Problems?

**Dealing with Other’s Problems?**

**We all have our own problems to solve, but most of the time our problems become solving other’s problems.** It’s just the way the world is. 753 more words