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Classroom Habitudes Manifesto on Change This
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I’m honored, privileged and quite frankly, ecstatic that Classroom Habitudes is now a manifesto on ChangeThis!

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Classroom Habitudes Lesson: Imagination – Reading and Role Reversal
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Imaginative reading involves more than just getting lost in the text. As readers step into the roles of the characters and move around in their world, the text literally comes alive in their mind. Here is one of the 45 mini-lessons from Classroom Habitude

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Passion – A Difference Maker
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Close your eyes for just a few minutes and recall your favorite teacher of all time – anyone from kindergarten to graduate school. Now, consider what brought that individual to mind. What about that person made a difference to you or those around you?

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Passionate Teaching: A Gift Every Student Deserves
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I was just getting ready to publish Part Four of my Passion in Education Series. The final topic: Passion as a Difference Maker.

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Passion…a 21st Century Skill? You Decide!
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The ability to adapt and think critically. The desire to ask serious questions about ourselves and the world. The ability to analyze complex issues to find answers to those questions. The drive to take intellectual risks.

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Passionization
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The guiding intent for all teaching and learning should be - passionization – educating people to become fully alive and empowered as learners and human beings. Loving that new word!

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Education is for the Passionate – Isn't it?
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Worldwide there are countless educationalists writing about educational reform but very few spending their time and energy talking about, working on, or addressing passion. Why is that?

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Classroom Habitudes Lesson: Perseverance – Failing to Succeed
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This is an excerpt from my book, Classroom Habitudes. The following presentation and mini-lesson is one I share with students in teaching the Habitude of Perseverance. The italicized text in the mini-lesson (below presentation) is what I say to the class.

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Classroom Habitudes Lesson: Courage – The Fear Gradient
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This is an excerpt from my book, Classroom Habitudes. The following presentation and mini-lesson is one I share with students in teaching the Habitude of Courage. The italicized text in the mini-lesson (below presentation) is what I say to the class.

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Classroom Habitudes in Action
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Just as I was getting ready to post a Classroom Habitudes conversation that I had the pleasure of having with students this past week, I received this e-mail from a teacher:

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