A collection of all of the random things I loved on the internet in the previous week (or so), and why you might love them, too. Or at least crush on them.
- Write on (pun intended)! I’ve long been passionate about this school of thought (yes, another pun, I know): students learn better through concrete examples than abstract ones. For example, instead of showing a student what an outline for a paper should look like, give them a written paper and have them extrapolate an outline from that. I have used this technique to great effect with my clients.
- I’ve heard this before in different forms, but what really got me were the three steps to take to fix the biggest marketing mistake almost everyone makes.
- Umm, what? This post on A-list blogging was written by a 16-year-old? Actually, I’m not that surprised. Believing in the intelligence of teenagers is one of the main reasons I want to work with them. You may have seen similar posts before, but jump on this one so you can say “I knew him when. . .”
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Have a madly marvelous week!