This week’s weekend Ed. Quote was supplied by Cynthia who is one of the dedicated teachers in the PBS TeacherLine online learning course that I facilitate. The course is “Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress”
“Curriculums must become more thought-filled in the sense of enlarging students’ capacities to think deeply and creatively.”–Costa (2008)
Thank you Cynthia!
Costa, A.L. (2008, February). The thought-filled curriculum. Educational Leadership, 65(5), 44-46.
“Leadership is not about your title, it’s about your behavior.” ~ Robin Sharma
This quote is especially pertinent to me this month.
Treat all people with dignity, respect, and professionalism.
More Weekend Ed. Quotes
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It is a unique situation to begin a weekend across the International Dateline. I am posting on Friday here in Singapore, yet it is still Thursday in the U.S. My thoughts continue to center on stories, storytelling, and digital storytelling. I’m looking forward to my visit with Singapore’s Digital Storytelling coach, Angeline Koh. Read my post about our conversation tomorrow at this link.
Here is your weekend Ed. Quote on stories, storytelling, with a peek to the opportunities for digital storytelling.
“Story is a yearning meeting an obstacle.” —Robert Olen Butler
Source: 13 Quotes to Inspire Your Inner Storyteller by Dave Kerpen at Inc.
This weekend’s quote addresses stories and storytelling.
Stories are a communal currency of humanity. ~ Tahir Shah
As the school year swivels to a close, there are many stories that fill the yearbooks, date books, and lesson plan books.
I am flying to Singapore soon tomorrow and I am looking forward to meeting with Singapore’s premier storytelling coach, Angeline Koh. Look for my post on our conversation about storytelling and storylistening.