Work on Self to Become an Effective Mentor

Us teachers and mentors always have a lot on our hands and on our minds. We are constantly on our toes, learning, trying to figure out teaching hacks. After all who doesn’t love a classroom full of children enjoying and … Continued

Managing Time, Energy and Emotions: Wisdom from Children’s Books

There are a few children’s books that stay with you as you grow up. Year after year, you keep coming back and falling in love with them. They are your best friends, your guides, your answer sheets. Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s … Continued

Learning About Learning

Learning is a lifelong process. It need not be concrete. It need not promise you that what you have understood now will be the same until your last breath, or that your analyses that hold true now, will be the … Continued

Tell A Story

STORY TELLING; It’s like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.   ~ Patrick Rothfuss, a fellow story teller Once … Continued

Time to Revisit Freedom as We Know It

  Today, the nation is celebrating its 71st year of freedom. 71 years since we overthrew a power that usurped our land, our lives, our so called freedom. But, let us allow ourselves to look at freedom in a slightly … Continued

Five Reasons why Reading is Awesome

Reading is a voyage and the reader, a voyager. The earliest piece I remember reading, deriving a meaning out of and experiencing, was the poem Leisure by William Henry Davies. It was part of my 4th grade English literature textbook. … Continued

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