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Why Your Students Need a Better Emotional Vocabulary

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Students’ vocabulary has decreased from the 1950s to today. In over 40 years of the survey, a pattern emerged: Correct scores rose from the generations born around 1900 to the generations born around 1950 and then dropped afterward. So, although we are more educated than ever, our use of language…

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Busting a Common Myth Preventing Students From Leading

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Ultimately, leaders are helped when they have some level of magnetism. Inspiring and motivating people in an organization is a bonus aspect of leadership. Too much of it, however, can be detrimental. Learn this week what makes or breaks students stepping up and leading well. Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of…

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One Magical Idea to Increase Student Engagement This Fall

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Have we made our classrooms similar to an instant cake mix? Do we believe that teaching students is as simple as following a checklist? Find out in this week’s episode what we believe teachers can do to increase student engagement this fall. Brian Regan YouTube clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7kfDjQVZvs Resources: Habitudes for…

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Leveraging High Standards and Gracious Forgiveness in Your Classroom Today

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn This is the final episode in this series focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership Pre-Order + Bonus Contact: [email protected] Social…

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How to Balance the Paradox of Humility and Confidence with Your Students

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn This is the second of three episodes focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book To take the leadership quiz now visit: https://hcleadershipessentials.com/pages/leadership-quiz Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great…

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How to Navigate the Current Landscape of Leading on Today’s School Campus

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn This is the first of three episodes focusing on Tim Elmore’s newest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, releasing on Nov. 2nd, 2021. To pre-order the book and gain access to the mini-course visit: timelmore.com/book Resources: The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership Pre-Order + Bonus Contact: [email protected] Social Media:…

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How to Lead Kids Who’ve Experienced Adult-Sized Trauma

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn According to a nationwide study, 82% of Generation Z members report experiencing at least one traumatic event in their lives. For many teens, it was something that happened during the early years of their lives, but for even more, it was the pandemic. Add to that the societal pressure to…

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Four Lessons on Leading Young People From the Tokyo Olympics

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The postponed Olympics Games held in Tokyo are now history. As always, there were highs and lows for competing athletes, but we’d like to focus on some insights we gain as we watched this year’s young athletes perform. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss four lessons on…

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The Comeback School

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Want to make a great comeback from the setback of COVID-19? Every school would benefit from instilling a philosophy into our students where everyone responds to the hour we find ourselves in by knowing, growing, and sowing what’s inside of them for the sake of others. In this episode, Tim…

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