I always love watching the Olympics and getting sucked into the storylines and wowed by the performances, even in sports I know pretty much nothing about. Over the weekend, I caught some of the men’s single luge and slopestyle events, and I was struck by the differences in how those two events are scored and… Read more »
Posts Tagged: failure
The Value of Failure?
For the past few days, I’ve been thinking about the value of failure. Sounds counterintuitive, I know. But last week, I went with the other teachers at my school to the NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools) conference for a day. I expected lots of information about how we can set our students up to… Read more »