For the next part of my leadership study for The Piper Project, I'm going to study the story about Paul and Silas when they are stuck in jail in the book of Acts 16:16-40. This is another way I like to study the bible. Through story-telling. Here's the plan. I'll start with a disclaimer, then … Continue reading Leading Freely: A Bible Study
Summer is for reading. Just kidding. So is winter and fall. Any season, really, is an excuse to curl up to a book. Here's a list of the ones I'm currently dating: Born a crime by trevor noah This isn't a new recommendation. People have been raving about this book since it was published in … Continue reading Book Recommendations
So it would seem we've hit a couple snags in the design of this unit... which is inevitable. Problems always come up no matter what project you're working on but my goal was to show you behind-the-scenes of my process. The good, the bad and the ugly. Anyway, here are a couple of problems and … Continue reading How to NOT Create an Inquiry Unit
I became a Beachbody coach but I'm narrating my journey through the eyes of a cat named Piper. It's is an inquiry unit to help me explore themes of education, leadership, business, personal development, etc. In this blog post, I'll talk a bit about my next step which is inviting people with intention. This is … Continue reading Inviting with Intention
The Piper Project is an inquiry unit based off a teaching strategy called the KWL chart. Students write a list of what they K for Know about a subject, then W for Want to Know and after researching, they list everything they L for Learned. I'm using this teaching strategy to learn about leadership, business, … Continue reading Strategy: An Inquiry into Business
Have you ever wondered about sharing your unique perspective and style in a blog? In today's post, you'll learn a couple writing tips to develop tone, clarity and capture more readers! Click on the title to learn more!