Tag Archives: curiosity

Building Resilience: February

Last┬ámonth I began a deep dive in Elena Aguilar’s Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators and the accompanying workbook. I hope to share some of my reflections as I build daily habits to strength my own resilience and support that … Continue reading

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Quotes That Resonate, Volume 4

I will often underline key quotes while I’m reading professional books and mark the margin with a Q, which signifies a quote that resonated with me. After my recent reminder about the instructional core, from Instructional Rounds in Education, my … Continue reading

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Question Week

Mark 13-19 is Question Week, according to Warren Berger.   I appreciate that the site’s goal is to elevate the art of questioning, because “asking good questions helps us identify the right problem and generate creative solutions”. ┬áThere are some … Continue reading

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Questioning

I recently spent a weekend with friends and family members, including a 2 1/2-year-old. I spent the first half of the weekend being amazed by all of the questions this little girl asked: Why are you moving your chair Mommy? … Continue reading

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