Thank you, U.S. Embassy for highlighting a Fulbright Distinguished Award In Teaching grantee. There are 3 of us here in Singapore exploring education! #fulbright #fulbrightdat

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Sketchnote- The Myth of the Average Student: Tips for Working With Students That Have Learning Difference

The Ministry of Education, sponsors of the Teacher Conference in Singapore, hired a sketchnote artist who attended sessions and created magnificent summaries LIVE in the back of the room. I was honored to have the artist record my session. A wonderful graphic representation of my presentation was created that will be available for viewing atContinue reading “Sketchnote- The Myth of the Average Student: Tips for Working With Students That Have Learning Difference”

Infusing the Japanese Art of Reflection Into U.S. Education

Hansei, the Japanese practice of self-reflection, is a game changer in Japan & a useful activity when applied in U.S. education:  Hansai- The Japanese Art of Self-Reflection http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/global_learning/2019/04/infusing_the_japanese_art_of_reflection_into_us_education.html?cmp=eml-contshr-shr

7 Strategies for Parents: How To Support Your Child with Navigating Their Future While They Are Still in School

As a parent, you play a unique role in supporting and framing what success looks like to your young adult. Navigating the often-unchartered terrain of figuring out what the future holds can be a challenging time for both parents and children alike. Supporting your child in making decisions that impact their future is not aContinue reading “7 Strategies for Parents: How To Support Your Child with Navigating Their Future While They Are Still in School”

Infusing the Art of Japanese Reflection into Our Education Culture

Education is a dynamic process; changes often occur in policy and practice with a new administration, fluctuating school leadership, and promising educational trends. The tides change, and new mandates are made, objectives set, benchmarks layout, data to collect, and achievement to measure; but often we miss the vital opportunity to reflect on why new proceduresContinue reading “Infusing the Art of Japanese Reflection into Our Education Culture”

I had the honor and pleasure of meeting the University of California President In …. Singapore

  I had the honor and pleasure of meeting Janet Napolitano today. Dr. Napolitano was at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore speaking to stakeholders about building bridges between universities to address global challenges and connect the world through research and innovation. Dr. Napolitano has an impressive record of public service having served as the U.S.Continue reading “I had the honor and pleasure of meeting the University of California President In …. Singapore”