I Have a Thing for Quirky People
I have a thing for quirky people.
You know the ones I mean — the artist who is always late, those like magpies who are continually distracted by the next shiny thing, and the ones who are brilliant yet struggle within the confines of traditional education.
In large part I find them to be incredibly interesting people who stretch my thinking and my learning the most.
While I would describe most of my quirky friends and colleagues as creative, interesting, eccentric, and oddly appealing, there are others who may not share my opinion.
Others might describe these same people…
Posted on 09-08-19
Channel Your Inner Tap Dancer or Work Middle Out?
There is nothing more rewarding than teaching a group of motivated adult learners.
They are quite different from the students I used to teach in a face-to-face college setting where it was sometimes necessary to channel my inner tap dancer to get and keep their attention. Instead, these adult learners are generally much more motivated and eager to learn.
Perhaps more importantly, they have much to contribute to the classroom in terms of information, knowledge, and wisdom.
That realization is continually reinforced for me not only during the webinars…
Posted on 09-07-19