“The most important thing is to hold on, hold out, for your creative life, for your solitude, for your time to be and do, for your very life.” ~C.P. Estes
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Education…is a painful, continual, and difficult work to be done in kindness, by watching, by warning…by praise, but above all, by example.
Raudis, J. (2018). 60 Inspiring Teacher Quotes to Motivate Educators. Retrieved from https://www.prodigygame.
Travel gives a certain perspective that allows us, for fleeting moments, to drop the defenses of self=deception and see through some of the stories we tell ourselves all out life about who we are and what we have done.” Kazuo Ishiguro
“Children are naturally inclined to tinker and create and this provides a strong foundation to engage in engineering.”
~Crotty, Guzey, Roehrig, Glancy, Ring-Whalen, 2017, pg. 2
Source: Crotty, E. A., Guzey, S. S., Roehrig, G. H., Glancy, A. W., & Ring-Whalen, E. A. (2017). Approaches to integrating engineering in STEM units and student achievement gain. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research, 7(2). Retrieved from https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/