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It is so important to keep dreaming. Dreams are about possibilities and motivation.  Even if they seem very far out of reach, or only glimmers of possibility, they are glimpses of possibility in the world. As we get older, dreams … Continue reading

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Can You “Flip” the Office?

I’m exploring new ways of learning and teaching, and one way to do this, is to create your own virtual conference, using shared videos, tools and more off the web. Currently, I’m creating a professional development session for a school … Continue reading

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Is There a Difference Between Your Job and Your Work?

I’ve been mulling over the following problem for a while now, and while this idea may still be half-baked, I thought I’d toss it out for commentary and see what you think. Over on Edutopia, Jenifer Fox and I are … Continue reading

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Realistic Expectations

The key to happy relationships is realistic expectations. Managing expectations is not easy.  It tends to involve a lot of emotional churning from time to time, where you want X but the other person can only deliver Y, and no … Continue reading

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I find a lot of what I do involves boiling down complex, nuanced ideas into smaller steps or sound bites.  Like the Eames chair  and table to the right, you can accomplish a lot with really simple but innovative design. … Continue reading

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