Monthly Archives:October 2014

Idea #27!

27 Oct 14
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It’s great to leave the comfort zone, push personal boundaries, take on new challenges, face uncertainty and know that no matter the result, things will be better than before.

Idea #26!

26 Oct 14
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“Gratitude is a magnifying glass.”  I am grateful for elections, how they ignite communities to talk about issues and create solutions, the diversity of opinion  and the ability to choose what’s best for your family.  Be an informed voter.  Take the opportunity to vote tomorrow!

Idea $25!

25 Oct 14
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If we dream of raising children full of integrity, creativity, passion and curiousity, the adults in their lives must lead by example.

Idea 24!

24 Oct 14
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The internet is a tool for good or evil.  Boards, schools and families have to stay in the game to help our students foster healthy habits online.  We have to be engaged and aware, despite constant changes in “what’s in” so we can harness the goodness.

Idea #23!

23 Oct 14
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Schools and School Boards must look both inwards and outwards to build connections so that students are engaged in discussion, asking questions and exploring solutions about local, national and global social and environmental challenges.

Idea #22!

22 Oct 14
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Use tolerance to talk across divides & “create fresh solutions to stale problems”.   (the part in quotes is something I heard today and really appreciated.)

 

Idea #21!

21 Oct 14
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All input made to the HDSB should be welcomed, valued and responded to in a timely way.  Building a collaborative atmosphere could make the hard decisions less hard.

Idea #20!

20 Oct 14
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The tone, process and reach of communication are as important as the message itself.  Positive, proactive and inclusive communication builds relationships and community.

Idea #19!

20 Oct 14
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“Replace fear of the unknown with curiousity.”  Wouldn’t this be great for one and all?  Thank you again George Couros & PIC I learned alot!

Idea #18!

18 Oct 14
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This idea is brought to you by George Couros, keynote speaker at the PIC Conference for Parents:  “The most important thing we do in schools is relationships.”  Thank you George Couros&PIC.  I learned alot!