Maybe it was “biology lab”, “chem lab” or “physical science lab” – but you remember it. For most people it was a time of angst as you would be given a project that you did not want to do that would last at least a whole period and your real goal was simple: get it done without embarrassment.
It is not likely that you will build a birdfeeder, style hair, or program an app perfectly the first time – but perfection isn’t needed. Our forefathers were far from perfect! You just need to stick with it, remember why you are there, and eventually (speaking from the experience of many) great outcomes, projects, opportunites and people will come your way!
Bad news, bad news, bad news. It’s all over the airwaves and internet today. But last week at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, all I saw was good news and inspiration. Imagine an event with the spirit of a religious revival where 16,000 people including 6,000 students competed, shared and grew. Imagine theseContinue reading “Inspired @ SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference”
Welcome, I am very happy that you are joining me on this journey about learning and education – let’s see where we go!