Tag Archives: reflection

The Value of Reflection

While reflection might not seem like a relevant topic for my Time Management for Leaders series, stay with me for a moment! One of the ways in which leaders often lose time, or get sidetracked, is when everything is done … Continue reading

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Empowered Leaders Empower Learners (#IMMOOC Season 3, Week 4)

I am participating in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) with hundreds of other educators across the globe, about The Innovator’s Mindset by George Couros. These are my reflections for Season 3, Week 3 of #IMMOOC, and the prompt: Relationships and collaboration … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Adult Learning Environments [#IMMOOC Week 3]

I am participating in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) with hundreds of other educators across the globe, about The Innovator’s Mindset by George Couros. These are my reflections for Week 3.  In Chapter 7 of The Innovator’s Mindset George … Continue reading

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[Mentor Text Monday] ROYGBIV

The “mentor text” for this post is actually just an idea- an idea to use all the colors of the rainbow, ROYGBIV, in a blog post either through words or visuals.   The amber brown of my tea looks up … Continue reading

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New AND Different #IMMOOC

I am participating in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) with hundreds of other educators across the globe, about The Innovator’s Mindset by George Couros.  The blog prompts for Week 2 are: In Ch. 1, innovation is defined as a … Continue reading

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Fixed Mindset Painting

I am a HUGE proponent of Carol Dweck’s work around cultivating a growth mindset in schools. School cultures can benefit from a focused effort on this for students and adults. I have a growth mindset in many areas of my … Continue reading

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Using Your Strengths at Work

In an earlier post, Coming from a place of strengths, I wrote about my experiences taking the strength-finder quiz at least two times in my life. Two years later, I am reflecting on my strengths once again. Today I’m wondering how I … Continue reading

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