Originally published on EXPLO Elevate. Educators love words—knowing them, using them, stretching them, and even at times, creating them. There have been instances in our work that we have created so many words, or stretched existent words so far away
There is no shortage of questions about how to proceed with fundraising in a climate that is unlike anything we have previously experienced, given the simultaneous public health, economic, political, racial inequality and civil unrest crises. In numerous webinars and
Cutting through the glut of COVID-19 advice to the essentials of good leadership. In a crisis, especially one so unprecedented as COVID-19, many people, particularly those of us in the helping professions, want to help. Since 9/11, nearly 200 mass
Being Alert to the Challenges of One-on-One Electronic Communications With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools have instituted remote learning. We are fortunate that so many schools and families have access to the technology to make this possible.
Why Mindset Matters From the moment we are born, life is a series of adjustments. Infants first adjust to light, louder sounds, and direct touch. Toddlers and preschoolers adjust to spoken language and changing social contexts. School-age children adjust to