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All Learning and the No-Sayers

Little Pencils - museum members byJason Eppink

One student wrote about his leadership role model and sitting through meetings where all anyone can say is that “we don’t have the resources.” Here were my thoughts on the post: You have to wonder what the “no-sayers” would say if they were told that they don’t have a choice but have to find a way to do it. Period.

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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 2: Is Mentoring for You?

The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Sharing Resources (p21) Work: I have the benefit of having been a classroom teacher before becoming the lab teacher, I had the benefit of working with technology before becoming a teacher. In the latter I wasn’t constrained to do things “the

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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 1: Mentoring as an Art

The following notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Have You Been Mentored? (p4) 1. “Aha” experience: Biblestudy leader, Greg, when I was 15-years-old, that moment affected the next 15-years of my life. His role, however, was as a “fleeting catalyst” in that it was more the moment that changed the

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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea

Personal Mentoring Reflections: The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Pivotal times and the person(s) who played a part, hmmmm, I know that Shea said that one shouldn’t think about external events. Here’s a run-down on the cast of characters (as best as I can currently remember, and

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OMAET Book Notes – The Book of Learning and Forgetting by Frank Smith

Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Visions The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Preface: “The fact that making an effort is an inefficient way to learn—and an almost certain way to forget—comes as a surprise to many people. They have been taught that learning demands hard work,

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