Books & Film

Read This: There’s an N on Your Nose

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One of the very best things about reading is starting. Whether it’s with your own kids, your classroom, or kids you know and love, watching them make connections and learn is magical. You might choose to read to them with books you’ve known and loved for years, or embark with new discoveries. 

Read This: There’s an N on Your Nose

Radio Free Imagine Neighborhood Invites Your Imagination to Take Flight

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“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”

Maya Angelou

Read This: Lessons of Family, Love, Life, and Loss Blooming in A Garden for Grace

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Combining beautiful poetry with stunning hand-drawn floral illustrations, A Garden for Grace by Ellen Mainville is an exploration of family, love, and life through lessons inspired by the beauty of nature.

Read This: Lessons of Family, Love, Life, and Loss Blooming in A Garden for Grace

Read This: The Moth Girl

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 23, 2022 /
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The world needs more books like this! 

I recently read an extraordinary new YA novel, entitled The Moth Girl, written by Heather Kamins. Why do I make such a bold statement?

Read This: The Moth Girl

The Empathy Advantage: Coaching Children to be Kind, Respectful, & Successful

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“Nothing is more important than empathy for another human being’s suffering. Nothing—not career, not wealth, not intelligence, certainly not status. We have to feel for one another if we’re going to survive with dignity” - Audrey Hepburn
 
I have long believed in the power of empathy and the need for more of it in our classrooms and our boardrooms. 

Renowned Education Researchers on “I Love Learning”

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The following is an excerpt from 10 Steps to Develop Great Learners by Professor John Hattie and Educator Kyle Hattie.

10 Steps to Develop Great Learners by Professor John Hattie and Educator Kyle Hattie.

Growing the Rhyme and Encouraging Imagination