On Teacher Leadership

  In my own mind, the judgments I form are held together by my ego; by giving them an aim, or by saying how it is that they follow each other, it directs and organizes them into a space of relation. The leader occupies an analogous position to the collective. The central concern of leadership,... Continue Reading →

DEVELOPING RESILIENCE AND GRIT IN TODAY’S YOUTH

“Tough times don’t last; tough people do.” On learning about the importance of developing resilience and grit in today’s youth, I was reminded of a certain short piece of fiction: A young successful banker suffers from minor stab wounds after an unfortunate mugging incident. After getting patched up by the doctor, he turns to his... Continue Reading →

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