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The Mirror that shows you your regular reflection can simultaneously display the narcissist a reflection that in their eyes is fairest, smartest, and the most superior of all. If the mirror disagrees to do so, the narcissist will go out to hunt all the Snow Whites in town till the mirror complies with their truth. If you happen to be the Snow White of this narcissist, you are in great danger. A danger that will break you. A danger that will make you. A danger that will make you reborn.
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The Covid19 pandemic is a health crisis, which has interrupted and blindsided the education sector with great force. Covid19 is also a mental crisis which has brought forth emotional unrest and trauma to so many of us. In a matter of weeks, and without warning, everything changed. Educators were forced to quickly adapt, and modify their tried and true instructional methods. Covid19 forever altered the fabric of public education. With massive change came disruption, massive shock, and social crisis to both parents and educators, alike (Burgess & Sieversten, 2020). This handbook has been created in an effort to support this process by looking at ten crucial steps, as we embark on teaching online during COvid19. This handbook brings in the professional input of administrators, educators, and parents. The different lenses represented in this handbook, collectively have brought forth what we believe are the most important implications to consider during this movement to online teaching. On ...
Teachers and trainers: Are you ready to create more Aha moments? Are you ready to help your students learn and truly understand more of the content you are presenting?Create Aha! Moments discusses how to convert "teachable moments" into "Aha! Now, I understand" moments, using clear language and metaphors that make the process easy to conceptualize and apply. When teachable moments are not converted into "Aha! Moments" valuable opportunities to facilitate learning are lost. To be able to consistently create "Aha! Moments," teachers need to be aware of when teachable moments are likely to arise, expectantly await them, and be able to recognize them as soon as they present themselves. Then, with the conditions set for learning, teachers can employ high-quality feedback to ensure that learning happens, i.e., to ensure the learning "light bulbs" are illuminated!