iflow

Achieving 'Flow' means a lot to me. And I can admit that my mono-tasking, hyper focusĀ on it's pursuit, drives me to distraction at times. I can't help it. At nearly every turn I am aware of my movement in space, my thoughts in my mind, the distances and connections between tasks- as I move around… Continue reading iflow

the gift of failure

Falling down is a right, picking yourself up is a gift. There is a boatload of reasons why you could stay down when your day delivers a surprise left hook. Students can disrespect you, parents hound you, and lessons beguile you. Why rise? But consider this. Every teacher that seems to have their desk in… Continue reading the gift of failure