Consider this for a moment. You are the host or hostess in your home. At times you may have guests in for a visit. And after a certain time, they leave. So it is with our brain. We are the host or hostess to our thoughts. Or are we? I don’t know about you but […]
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The DSWA Celebration event on April 29-May 2nd in Dallas was an outrageous and beautiful opportunity to connect, learn and share. Here are my slides for the keynote for all of those who requested them. Thank you, one and all. I know that I have made some life time friends! Much Aloha from Hawaii, Trinidad.
My recent post about Modelling Emotional Behavior seems like a great time to think about teaching this skill in your classroom. As a professional teacher you will have to make this activity age relevant and scaffold the learning for your room. However, if you are willing to work with your students on emotional literacy you […]
In these hectic data driven crazy times, it’s easy to be thrown off course. Instead of remembering to remember who we are, we forget to remember who we are! We get rushed. We get anxious about results and time tables. We get edgy. We lose sight of why we are doing what we do. And […]
Tom Peters wrote a post that led to an article in the New York Times on making college more relevant. The article details 10 new degrees that are being offered at University level, none of which existed three or even two years ago. Some of these new degrees were: Learning to Listen – Narrative medicine […]
I’ve been saying for 30 years human beings are more than their intellect. To be a human being includes our emotions.Â EQ is the Quality of our emotions or how we manage our reactions to the events and situations in our lives. Until very recently emotional literacy was not thought to be a part of the […]