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Positive sides of teaching

I. Positive Sides of Teaching

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The “best” in teaching and education keeps getting better, in terms of

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  • “home grown” (local, native) varieties of approaches

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  • respectful “whole person” perspectives

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  • age- and situation-appropriate relevance, fundamentals, breadth, and depth of curriculum

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  • engagement of students in their full diversity, building upon each individual’s interests and strengths

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  • enhancing retention and application by students

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  • accessibility by diverse populations and sub-populations of students — children and adults.

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Our best-functioning teachers continue to excel

  • in inclusively connecting in meaningful ways with students

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  • in empowering students to engage,

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  • with teachers and each other,

  • through increasingly balanced, insightful, and progressively refined, up-to-date curricula

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  • and more effective use of “teachable moments.”

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Such highly effective approaches to teaching and education yield

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  • HappyPersonindirect advantages to other interested stakeholders, including teachers.

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These most effective teachers can be described as operating “in flow” with their students also often “in flow.”

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Whew!  A tall order, no?

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It’s super great when we find our own flow, no?

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It’s really possible when we get “all our ducks lined up” — internal and external — with solid peace of mind to guide us amidst the unexpected.

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We help you discover how to more reliably do this with your colleagues, over and over.

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