A Lot of Learning, A Lot of Inspiration, A Lot of Fun The 2018 Strobel Summit is officially on the books! We had nearly 5000 awesome educators from around the world register for this free online professional development series—and we could not be more grateful to all of you who participated. New School Year—New Ideas … Read More
How This Powerful Concept Can Positively Impact Your Whole Life What we think of ourselves and how we view our potential shapes the way we lead our lives. Our mindset determines how we will cope with a situation or circumstance and can help determine the outcome. Do you believe you are dealt your cards for … Read More
How to Overcome Politics & Limitations in Education Are you deeply concerned about education? I am. Education systems are being reformed across the county, but it seems in many cases, the changes are driven by political and commercial interests. By people that don’t understand how real students learn and how great schools actually work. There! … Read More
Your beliefs might be holding you back from happiness What is a belief, and where do our beliefs come from? This is an important question to ask and understand because the beliefs we hold about ourselves and our world have a profound affect on how we navigate life. A belief is a feeling of certainty … Read More
Believing in yourself leads to achieving what you want A few months ago, I was online shopping (shocking, I know), when I stumbled upon this printed shirt that read, “You achieve what you believe.” When I read it, I got all goose-bumpy and instantly knew I had to have it. Fast forward to last week … Read More
I’m a professional development consultant who works on-site with schools. I also host professional development workshops throughout the state, where I invite teachers from all schools to a central location to learn about a specific topic. I’m driven to support teachers in a time when they most need to be supported.
According to Carol Dweck, “A growth mindset is the understanding that we can develop our abilities and intelligence.” Research has shown that our implicit beliefs about our intelligence can have a great impact on our achievement, which is why many teachers are adopting this philosophy in their classrooms.