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Weekly 15 minute sessions based on topics nominated by teachers, based on the un-conference model made popular by #EdCamp.

Weekly 15 minute sessions based on topics nominated by teachers, based on the un-conference model made popular by #EdCamp.

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Robert commented on What is your superpower?

Good to be back Michael Schurr ! And, yes, the Google doc is a great idea. I would love to get input from anyone who wants to collaborate. Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jH440EGFcDeBvtfc3RlrAkewyk-HQpSRhlHrr36CUuo/edit?usp=sharing

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Robert commented on Empathy interview: Parent & School Board Member

Matthew Drewette-Card you're an evil genius: you're "an inspiration," "wonderful," etc. You left out dashing and debonair!

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Robert commented on A Two Year Old's Mindset

"they have what they need to succeed, and my job is to be sure that I do whatever it takes to sustain" their access to their "confidence, creativity, resilience, and perseverance." Angelo Truglio , I couldn't agree more. I'm eager to see how you and your new collaborators apply this early childhood wisdom to post-secondary goals. My bias: we need to reflect and get our own limiting constructs out of the way, listen to students, and help them to find their purpose and exercise their "superpowers."