Great Thinking Takes Time!

At a recent professional development session on curriculum differentiation the facilitator left and right hemispheresshared this quote that really resonated with me…

Great Thinking Takes Time!

How often in the classroom do we give students time to contemplate their answers or develop ideas in creative and unexpected directions?

How often do we give ourselves this time?

Continue reading

The problem with being REALISTIC!

????????????????????????????????????????I am sure you have heard how important it is to set goals! You may have even heard of the  Harvard Study that discovered the 3% of graduates with clearly defined written goals earned in excess of  the other 97% of graduates put together.

You may have even set SMART goals!

If you are a big dreamer like me, SMART goals can be a a bit of a downer because they encourage us to be realistic. Sometimes, I don’t want to be realistic. ┬áSometimes I want to dream the impossible! BIG goals inspire me to new heights and make me feel ALIVE! Continue reading