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What Are YOU Reading?
Apple uses iOS Microsoft’s uses Windows. Many cell phones and tablets use a Droid OS What is your “operating system”, who “coded” it and what year(s) was it written in? Is how you think, helping you create the life you deeply yearn for? We change our clothes and sometimes our hairstyles- but very rarely do… Read more
Message from Shane
What a great time of year to reflect on so many things, just having passed Thanksgiving and looking at the Christmas season right now. We are so immensely blessed and fortunate to live in this time and part of the world we live in. Never in the history of mankind have a people had so… Read more
A Gratitude Mindset!
by Sarah Johnson During this time of year we tend to contemplate all the things we have to be thankful for. Being thankful is an expression of gratitude. As teachers, we are continually trying to help students foster a Growth Mindset. This process helps students to believe in the potential they have for growth and… Read more
Types of Intelligence
“According to Psychologists, there are four types of Intelligence: 1) Intelligence Quotient (IQ) 2) Emotional Quotient (EQ) 3) Social Quotient (SQ) 4) Adversity Quotient (AQ) 1. Intelligence Quotient (IQ): this is the measure of your level of comprehension. You need IQ to solve math’s, memorize things, and recall lessons. 2. Emotional Quotient (EQ): this is… Read more
Endurance Athletes and Hijackers
by Shane Mosley It could be argued that these two groups have zero in common with each other but I would argue otherwise. Having participated in various endurance cycling events myself, including a recent round completing 100 miles in El Tour de Tucson, and looking at the history of The 1979 Iran Hostage Crisis, the… Read more
Avoid Burnout Before The Holidays
by Sarah Johnson It’s no surprise that “holiday cheer” often overflows into the classroom this time each year! That “cheer” is often manifested as anxious and excited, high-energy students that might have a harder time focusing their attention on school! Here are 5 things I have found helpful to keep students engaged and on track:… Read more