In elementary and secondary school, I rarely asked the teacher questions.  I looked down, wondered and tried to figure things out on my own and stay under the radar.  It wasn’t until I was in the midst of my second degree that I figured out that smart people ask.  In my role as an educator and a parent, my goal has been to encourage children  to ask questions, take risks in learning and celebrate new discoveries and small victories.  The same holds true in my work with adults.   Trying new things with an open mind can help develop another perspective and improve our practice.  Sometimes it provides a good laugh and becomes a great story.  Whatever the case, it always keeps things interesting.  This site is devoted to asking questions and considering possibilities.





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