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How do long days and long nights add up to short years? Enjoy today’s Small Nugget. Big Impact.
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Nightly reflection will change your classroom. When you lay down to sleep each night review three things that went well at school. Then set an intention to recognize three positive impacts you have on students the next day as they occur. As you make this part of your daily practice, you will become more clearly
Why do we mark holidays, anniversaries, birthdays… as important? More importantly, HOW do you mark them? For instance, how did you mark the New Year? In your Zap of Wynn (the video at the bottom of this page) today, I will give you three questions to ask yourself that will make a big difference in
I know Teacher Appreciation Week ended on Friday, but I want you to hear it one more time before you go back to work. Enjoy this week’s Zap of Wynn. Drink in the beauty of the day.
Here we go. The big shopping extravaganza has begun; but what about the reasons for the season? What about the soul work that needs to be done? This year I feel the need to understand a bit more about the four tenets of the season: hope, preparation, joy, and love. In my childhood home, we
The first week of August, I had the privilege of working with educators from 22 states and 4 foreign countries in Chicago, Illinois. It was completely exciting! I was presenting at the National Conference for Users of Everyday Mathematics. Along with presenting, I got to participate in the conference when the authors of Everyday Math
Today we formally remember all military men and women who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. But today is not the only day when I am grateful for all who have served and will serve in our military. I daily say a word of gratitude for men and women in uniform and their families. My freedom,
In most occupations, you’d be in deep trouble for sleeping on the job. However, in days gone by, the “little workers” were encouraged to sleep on the job. But those days are long gone. Do you remember when you were in kindergarten and you took your nap? I went to ½ day kindergarten so I