How to Lead Like a Giraffe

December 10, 2014 | Jonathan Catherman
For two hours, there was a look of serious contemplation on the face of my five-year-old son. The expression first appeared after we met a young blind woman and her seeing-eye dog at the store. We had exchanged personal introductions, and she explained the roles and relationship she and her […]

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The Power of Paradigms—Believe Students Can, and They Will!

February 18, 2015 | Shelly Hollis
Have you ever had a child come into your class with a “reputation that precedes him or her”? You’ve heard about his or her behavior from other teachers, and you’ve formed an idea of what teaching this student will be like. Does this preconceived idea influence the way you treat […]

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