Whenever time seems to simultaneously go fast and go slow; when events that occurred twenty years ago feel as though they happened last week, while events that happened last week seem a lifetime ago; I think this may be what time travel feels like. “Life goes by in the blink of an eye” was a
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As Christmas approaches, along with the end of a particularly eventful year, now is the perfect time to choose a few well-considered goals that will move you towards success for the new year ahead. While goal setting makes our intentions explicit, it is only the beginning of the work that will lead to success. We
What does Marcus Aurelius have to do with the childhood game, I spy with my little eye? Absolutely nothing, or maybe everything, or perhaps something…..it depends entirely on your perspective. You may well be asking who is this Marcus character anyway? Marcus Aurelius, a disciple of stoicism, was a kindly Roman Emperor who lived between
I have been pondering the usefulness (or not) of hindsight lately. For instance, after the horse has already bolted, how does ‘hindsight’ help me when it occurs to me that I should have locked the barn door before the horse bolted? I am pretty sure the horse is not going to magically reappear in front
Start with a great title – short and concise. Include an observation of the child which describes the learning activity. Uncover what is beneath the surface of the learning activity. “What’s happening here?” Plan for the future to extend or continuously support the child’s interest. “What next?” Take care with language. ‘I’ can convey the