Forget Show and Tell – Showing (not Telling) Strengthens Learning

Creative writers all know what’s sometimes called the first rule of writing:  show, don’t tell. What does this mean? Here, I’ll show you: TELLING Our fundraiser was really successful and fun. We were filled to capacity and exceeded our goals for income. SHOWING I’ve never seen so many people in our auditorium; they were spilling […]

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Focus Matters

Just like a photograph can bring a specific dimension of a scene into focus or to our attention. Writing about why we do what we do can bring new insights. Part One B: Teasing-Out How Our Theory of Learning/Teaching Matters Some readers will remember the invitation in the last post of mine (May 27). I […]

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Part One: Teasing-Out How Our Theory of Learning/Teaching Matters

Teasing-Out Why teasing-out, because research indicates that we aim towards our values, but we may behave differently, and, we may behave differently from one circumstance to another*. So to “tease” or sift, allows us to gently observe, apprehend and reflect upon our practices and the thoughts and influences that produce them. From here, we can […]

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Welcome!

Welcome to, and hip-hip-hooray for the first, the one, and the only, Global Learning Partners, Inc. blog!!!! I am excited about this opportunity to reach out into the field of adult education and educators. As we all know, I will learn lots in the work to prepare, write, read and be responsive to your input […]

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