(This blog was originally published on Share My Lesson) Recent revelations of sexual misconduct from public figures may feel very personal to you. Or it may seem far removed from the incredible demands on your time and attention. Chances are, you want to do something but feel that you simply can’t do much with this issue. What can we… Continue reading What does #metoo mean for schools?
How do we empower students to handle complexity -- and change the world? This question has always been at the heart of our work. And we continue to develop and refine resources that show us the way. In the craziness of the last week (I did three days of trainings in Australia, then a workshop… Continue reading Big Questions, Big Solutions
The cover of many magazines from women's health to business news entice us with headlines such as, "7 Steps to a Good Night's Sleep" or "Sleep Better Tonight." Recent studies showing the negative impacts of a lack of sleep has researchers suggesting that businesses who don't prioritize their employees' rest will hurt their bottom lines. What's… Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: The Importance of Sleep
Welcome back to school, and back to Ed to Save the World! Although January marks the midpoint of most educators' calendars, it's nice to have an opportunity to regroup, refresh, and start anew as 2015 begins. As for Ed to Save the World, we're jumping back into the swing of things with renewed energy and… Continue reading Kicking off 2015 — We’re Back!