This is a very interesting analysis of the adolescent brain. I love this speaker’s conclusion (and her accent).
For educators, this is pretty disappointing. We want these kids to fly high, not flop into a duck pond.
I returned to the woods for another try at elk last weekend, but this time I had a heavy burden on my mind. This long post is a story of the best elk hunt I’ve ever had in 13 years of hunting the species.
O’Keefe is known for his unorthodox practice of strapping a camera to himself, walking into hotbeds of corruption, and posting what he finds on YouTube. Yes, controversial, but in a sane world, his work would earn himself a Pulitzer.
Nowadays if you have an internet connection, a video camera and a little bit of courage, you are more powerful than the New York Times. And if you have the right story, well, you might embarrass the New York Times.
I just signed another For Action Conference speaker. This one person has had more to do with measurable, consequential ACTION than all the other speakers put together. Trouble is, he’s extremely controversial.
I’m a parent of 16 children. While providing for their needs and teaching them at home was daunting at first, I have found it much more daunting preparing them for adulthood. I hate to bust your bubble, parents, if you think parenting gets easier when the kids get older. It doesn’t.
I’ve been blogging about the For Action Conference for the past week, but I haven’t posted the purpose of the conference till now. The purpose of the For Action Conference is why the speaker lineup is so important.
With a little thought on ROI, you can save quite a bit of money and effort when considering expenses.
There is background. And it will surprise you. But when I tell you it, you’re going to totally relate.