Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sam, the Prisoner – What I Say, How I Say

 Joe Ovelman, Video Still, Self-control, 2014 Thank you to everyone who answered my post from last week, very helpful! Also, thanks to LD.org ‏@LDorg for the inspiration of Miss Bathsheba in Beasts of the Southern Wild, and to Rhea A. DuMont ‏@RheaADuMont for her … Continue reading

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Power of Partnerships

Special Thanks to 10 Strategies to Battle Content Shock – Schaefer Marketing Solutions: We Help Businesses {grow} Reading about Content Shock on Mark Schaefer (markwschaefer) on Twitter I learned that on average, Americans spend ten hours a day receiving content. Mr. Schaefer goes … Continue reading

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Chapter 13 Do What You Say You’ll Do

Special thanks to Nick McCormick and Mark Morgan. You can see more of Nick McCormick here: Joe and Wanda on Management » Punishment: A Teaching Tool? http://begoodventures.com/joeandwanda/?p=1292 Spring Break 2014. Walking the New Hampshire beach at purple sunset, we watched loose sand sprint … Continue reading

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Students Speak about Self-Control – Raise Self-worth

Special thanks to Kidshealth.org, great role-playing activities regarding bullying here: http://kidshealth.org/classroom/6to8/problems/emotions/bullying.pdf We entered the small auditorium with just ten minutes before the show was to begin. Both students looked to me, nervously, turning their heads left to right, and back again, … Continue reading

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“Name-calling, Morgan, is still just that.” An Open Letter to Morgan Freeman

Thanks to @EastBayRJ https://twitter.com/EastBayRJ for the Retweet: http://blazenfluff.com/2013/12/the-power-of-empathy-animated-short-explains-the-difference-between-empathy-and-sympathy/ by http://brenebrown.com/2013/12/10/rsabear/ and Katy Davis. AND, a special thank you to Morgan Freeman. Eight hundred, forty-eight thousand, four hundred and twenty-two people have liked this post on Facebook. Two hundred, ninety thousand, … Continue reading

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