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Monthly Archives: January 2020
(Issue #505) Orange to Blue
This helps me determine if what I say I prioritize is what I actually prioritize. My digital calendar is colorful. Various shades to highlight the many categories of activities in which I participate. Like: Red for family Light blue for … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged calendars, goals, priorities 2 Comments
(Issue #503) Identity, Integrity, and Purpose
Start a movement within our ranks. A Vaclav-Havel-type of reclaiming our profession from those who either don’t know about it or have lost touch with it. NOTE: I stumbled on notes from a talk I delivered to my teaching colleagues … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged collegiality, community, identity, integrity, purpose, resilience, teaching community, teaching resilience 3 Comments
(Issue #502) Will You Dance Your Dance?
“Oh God, to reach the point of death only to find that you have never lived at all.” -Henry David Thoreau- With the beginning of the year comes the inevitable listing of ambitious goals. I have written about the difference … Continue reading
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