After the pandemic walloped the world, Amy Adams, an elementary school teacher in Brooklyn, New York; realized she needed to brush up her technology skills, if she wanted to survive in the job that was more than a job, it was her passion.
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While visions of sugar-plums dance in the heads of children each Christmas, a vision of maximizing positive student outcomes continually bounces around my head as a teacher. This same vision spills into Chronicle Cloud.
“I can do what I wanna do…”
In other words, “I’ll do what I feel like doing.”
I find that most things in this world fall somewhere on a spectrum, from tangibles – such as how tall a person is, to intangibles – such as how tenacious a person is.
Depending on what we’re talking about, a variety of factors can impact exactly where on a spectrum a person may fall.
As I type this late at night, my computer screencasts a bright glow, especially in contrast to the darkness that now consumes the world over here on the east coast. I notice that this bright glow results in what may be described as more of a muted glow on the fourth finger of my left hand.
Are you a teacher? Trainer? Perhaps a coach, counselor, physician, or presenter? Many more professions could potentially be rattled off on this list, all able to benefit from some quick body language secrets. Really anyone involved in: – conveying concepts/ideas/information – gaining trust and satisfaction from others – influencing outcomes I recommend watching this interview of […]
“The Choice is Yours” by Black Sheep. I used to love this song, and still do. My favorite part of the song was/is the following: Engine, Engine, Number 9 On the New York transit line If my train goes off the track Pick it up! Pick it up! Pick it up! It’s Easter time, a […]
What does the following video have to do with the topic of student engagement? Well, even if you’re not interested in the answer to this question, this video is definitely worth watching for a good laugh! What’s not so funny though is the topic of student engagement (or lack thereof). I ended last week’s post […]