Monthly Archives: October 2012

What lies at the “core” of learning

“I was robbed!” is no longer a mere idiom, but a veritable fact in my life as of two weeks ago. “What was taken from your home?”, my well-meaning friends inquire, concern palpable. But no response can substantiate the now irrelevant … Continue reading

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Daniel Pink

http://youtu.be/gw2xSdp4bOc

Hi, all!

I saw this Daniel Pink video and I thought it was a pretty intriguing idea, something for us to try with students, but also as teacher leaders–on an individual as well as a group level. Particularly as we’re trying to wield our weapons of positivity and knowledge against opposing forces! Jedi, we are not, but teacher leaders with pretty powerful sentences, I bet we are.

So…what’s your sentence?

(I’m still working on mine.) 🙂

If the video doesn’t embed properly, try YouTube: Daniel Pink–One Sentence Project. It’s a 4:23 minute video…

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