Failing to succeed

Failing to succeed by Nancy Knowlton
Failing doesn’t have to mean failure. In my case it led to the development of new skills and an early focus on my business career.
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Teachers as learners

Teachers as learners by Nancy Knowlton
Teachers today require multiple options to learn how to use new products. Investing in professional development will pay off by maximizing use of products for both teachers and students.
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Realizing a teaching and learning dream

Realizing a teaching and learning dream by Nancy Knowlton
Ask a group of teachers why they chose their profession, and the answer that you will most often hear is about making a difference in the lives of children. Most often, teachers were good students themselves, and they want nothing
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Seeing is believing

Seeing is believing by Nancy Knowlton
I loved believing in Santa Claus and did so longer than most thanks to my father and a kindly neighbor.
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The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come by Tony Mullen
My experience visiting one of my students in a correctional facility led me to reflect on the difficult lives some of them have. I hope everyone gets a chance to put their mistakes behind them so they lead happy, fulfilled lives.
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A most important decision

A most important decision by Nancy Knowlton
Prioritizing your relationships, particularly your choice of spouse, can lead to a wealth of happiness. If you have this form of happiness, you will be rich indeed.
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Thinking holistically about education

Thinking holistically about education by Nancy Knowlton
Thinking back to my participation in an Alberta government commission on education in 2002-3 has lead me to reflect on what other jurisdictions could and should do about their vision for education. It takes time and commitment to
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Teachers should be seen and not heard

Teachers should be seen not heard by Tony Mullen
I felt like a fly on the wall listening to numerous state governors, a state senator, a Harvard professor and author, and a moderator talk about their experiences at an education conference. When I finally spoke up, one by one the
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The power in a team

The power in a team by Nancy Knowlton
The power of a cohesive team is often demonstrated both in sports and in business. Unity and executing against a plan can make a team successful despite improbable odds.
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A new way of thinking about organization structure

A new way of thinking about organization structure
Striving to make customers the focus of an organization’s actions and decisions results in solid teamwork and collaboration by the staff.
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