The Secret to Success: A Little Goes a Long Way

Neil GuptaBlog, Connect Better, Differentiate Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Lesson Plan Better, Survival

TL;DR: Some cooking advice that also applies to remote teaching. Steps and questions to consider when planning for distance learning. Cooking is a hobby I enjoy, as well as a pleasant distraction from life.  After eating an enjoyable dish at a restaurant, I make it a goal to try to achieve success and replicate the recipe, but make it even … Read More

Phone Freedom: 5 Tips to Free Yourself

Suzanne DaileyBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: What is happiness, really? Tips to free ourselves from the stress and constant connection of our phones. Happiness. Ask 25 people their definition of happiness, and I’d imagine you’d get 25 different definitions. To me, happiness doesn’t mean being in a constant state of shoulder shrugs, jazz hands, or guffawed laughter. That’s not what we are chasing because that’s … Read More

Out of the House

Dan TricaricoBlog, Connect Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: We all need to take a moment to recognize the little things. Take a moment of gratitude for yourself. Because there is almost always a lag time in publishing and because my current reality is changing sometimes by the hour, I don’t know where the world will be when you read this. But as I sit here typing, my … Read More

Model and Empower a Continuous Learning Mindset

Erik YoungmanBlog, Innovate Better

TL;DR: An introduction to the continuous learning mindset. In depth discussion of all 6 components of a continuous learning mindset. Guiding questions to develop or improve a continuous learning mindset. Carol Dweck has shared a variety of research and recommendations about growth mindset.  My experiences as an educator, parent, athlete, and coach have shaped my focus toward the benefits of … Read More