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Education is Like Yoga IV: To Error is to Grow

This post was a long time coming. The quote that starts this post was packed with so much meaning for me regarding the needs of students. I needed time to reflect on what path to take with it. That, and I was in the midst of a 6 part series on Differentiated Instruction for Edutopia …

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Education is like Yoga III: Starting School Right

My yoga practice is erratic because my work takes me on the road to many locations. So when I make the most of the classes that I can attend. Yoga is sacred time for me. It’s time for myself to let go of all concerns, needs, and demands for one hour. It’s not too much …

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Breathe in, Breath Out: Education is like Yoga II

I founded Opening Paths to advocate for the voices of students (1st) and educators. A mixture of pedagogy, instructional strategies, and educational concepts, this blog seeks to make you go “hmmm…” as I do, during my travels along pathways to explore new ideas and old challenges. Join me through this blog, especially the resources and follow me …

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Education is like Yoga I: Morning Meditation

“Yoga takes you into the present moment, the only place where life exists.” -Yoga Quote Most Sundays, when I’m not traveling, I go to a yoga class with my wife. We get there 30 minutes early just to ensure that we get to choose our spot. I italicized early because even though my Yoga instructor …

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