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Change requires steady work

Recently, we had the opportunity to run the Niagara Falls Half Marathon.  The longer distances attract me because of the work they involve.  The training plan is divided into distinct stages, each section crafted to support the end goal.  I do not love every morning run, or every grueling hot training session, but I love…

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Context & Details for Understanding

 Understanding is a part of learning, but conversely, learning is a part of understanding. Context and detail are critical in bringing your classroom participants along the learning journey.  Seek to understand their context, and provide the detail for them to understand yours. This morning my son and I admired a new vehicle as it passed…

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