As I spend more time downtown in Chicago, I am looking up much more than looking down. Reaching new heights is what we want out of all our students and colleagues. We want the sense of wonder and possibilities. I am constantly looking for ways to promote being a “life-long contributor,” not a life-long learner.
I remember May Day as a child. At school I would make paper flowers and place them in a paper basket. On my way home from school I would find a house where an elderly person lived, place the basket on the doorknob, ring the bell and step away from the door. Once the person
I am around two groups of educators. Those who are extremely technical and those who chose not to. The divide is getting greater and greater. As I approach the fifth anniversary of my website www.carolbroos.com I find it amazing that others have not jumped at the idea to do web 2.0 with their students and