bus·y ˈbizē adjective having a great deal to do. “he had been too busy to enjoy himself” How are you? Me: Oh, I’m so busy! Work and kids are taking up all of my time! (aka, I have a great deal to do) How was your weekend? Me: Oh my goodness, it was so … More Busy, Busy, Busy!- Laura Vanderkam
“We live in a world where we’re putting energy into worrying about our time. But we need to spend our time, worrying about our energy.”- Molly Fletcher Molly Fletcher, entrepreneur, mother, sports agent, and trailblazer for women launched the conference with asking us some questions.. What drives us and keeps us on our path? How … More Powered By Purpose- Molly Fletcher
PURPOSE Noun: the reason for which something exists What is your purpose? What is preventing you from discovering your purpose? Leadercast Women asked this very question to the hundreds in attendance. That is a pretty lofty question to impose on someone, isn’t it? I honestly can’t articulate my purpose on this Earth in a neatly written phrase…YET. I know that we … More What is YOUR Purpose?
Celebrating your week and celebrating your work! This 1st grader made his BEST NEWS BOOK EVER!!! Notice how the teacher helped the student become self-aware as he prepared for writing and then encouraged him to put those structures and practices in place every time he writes. He was aware of his success and was self-aware in the structures and … More My Learning- My Musing Series #4
Are you a player, or are you a coach? Do you want to be a coach and a player? What would happen to the team’s chemistry? On the 1st day of practice…he needed to establish his authority. Find my shoes…. U of Montanna, 1973 Bill Russell basketball. Boston Celtics for 13 seasons, 11 NBA championshipsWon 2 … More Player or Coach? Or Player/Coach?
How might we, as engineers, design a hurricane proof house? How can we simulate the experience of how hurricane force winds can cause mass destruction? All of those very questions were answered recently during the 4th grade science unit on weather. Our talented science teacher, Lauren Rose, takes students through the engineering and design process where they … More My Learning- My Musing Series #3
When we think of literacy in elementary school, we immediately think of traditional reading and writing skills. Our Early Learners and Pre-K students are exposed to literacy in a variety of different ways so that they have a strong foundation for language and exposure to rich opportunities to develop those language skills. Miss Connie (@MissConniesPreK) and … More My Learning- My Musings Series #2