- Your ability to memorize mostly useless things
- Your ability to regurgitate information in the way others want you to
- Your ability to understand what adults want from you and give it to them
- Your tolerance for working on tasks you don’t find useful because others want you to do them or believe them to be helpful/socially acceptable
What grades do NOT determine:
- Your intelligence
- Your creativity
- Your emotional capabilities
- Your likeliness to succeed
- Whether you’re a good person
I hope my advisees walk away with this knowledge from DEAR.
I can think of a few that have changed my world. Paulo Coelho being at the heart of a lot of those books!
(Source: angelitabonita, via white-monkey127)
For my advisory … always.
I will always be there for you.
learning all the lessons!
THIS is to have succeeded!
We need to stop doing this to our students. Make them think, don’t open up their head, rip out their brain, and fill it with “facts.”
stmwtd (by woodcum)
There is no such thing as a child who hates to read; there are only children who have not found the right book. — Frank Serafini (via booksandnerds)