Monthly Archives: December 2010
Live It, Learn It, Teach It. My husband says to add Love It! But that’s not life. We are skiing. I am living it, I am learning it, I am not ready to teach it, and I will never … Continue reading
It seems as though we put so much importance on how our students do on the ACT, what their GPA is, what sport they play on Varsity, and where our students go to college. I remember myself at 17. Was … Continue reading
I am reminded through the news, or during conversations with friends, or even when I reflect on my own career and life, that we often measure one’s value within society based on monetary contribution to the U.S. Gross National Product. Ironically, … Continue reading
We strive our whole lives as parents and teachers to raise individuals strong enough to leave home, courageous enough to define their own place in the world, and grounded enough to always know who they are.And yet when our work … Continue reading
In each moment of living, we learn about the world and about ourselves. When we share our learning, we are teaching. This site is about that process.