The most important lessons in life come with new learning and wrong answers.
Forgiving Those Who Won’t Say ‘Sorry’
This summer I have written about making sincere apologies, and today I share one of the reasons why helping others understand its importnce matters so much to me.
3 Ways To Help Kids Get Back to Zero with @JoyWorkEdu
Back To Zero is an excellent book to help children find language that helps them process big emotions.
The Work is Hard but Don’t Stop
The work in becoming an anti-racist human is hard, but don’t stop!
Laura Gilchrist & ParentCamp: Connecting Families, Schools, & Communities
Without connection, thesre is no collaboration. Laura Gilchrist
I want to be known for advocating for community. In functioning community, people can learn, thrive, and be seen. They see their voice matters. They bring others up with them. They grow through challenges. They apologize and seek forgiveness for wrongdoing. They see past labels and learn beyond the superficial. That’s what I want myContinue reading “Community Builder”
I will be taking some time to guest blog on other amazing people’s blogs for the next couple of weeks. Here is the latest about my friend, and author, Alexes Terry and her new book, Real Love:Strategies for Reaching Students Who See No Way Out.
No One is Above an Apology
When we recognize the pain we’ve caused, we can choose to ignore our part, or we can choose to be humble.
S’more Math & Science, Please!
For the love of learning, make the everyday moments count with your children. They’ll remember your conversations more than boring curriculum!
Sincere apologies are not automatic and leave out the tiny, ruinous “IF.”