Educators assume the role of lifelong learners, instilling the vital skills we expect from our students as they engage in the learning process. As a community of learners, please review and share the thought pieces below. These pieces may serve as a provocative stimulus, a reflective opportunity, or a moment of celebration and acknowledgment of the work we do in our schools.
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The Power of Doing Less in Schools
Author Justin Reich, a learning scientist from an educational non-profit organisation ASCD, proclaims that, if we want real change in our schools, we need to start by subtracting things. Reich suggests that we need to look closely at our schools and figure out everything that we don’t need to be doing anymore. Read Here
Meaning and Fulfillment are the New Wealth
Joanne McEachen, CEO and founder of The Learner First writes in STRIVE magazine about how “Meaning and Fulfillment are the New Wealth.” McEachen states “There’s no greater gift that our schools can provide. Because wealth isn’t power, money, possessions, or coming in “first”—it’s meaning and fulfillment. And contributing to the world is the only way to earn it.” Read Here