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Nov 20, 2020

When we set about creating today’s episode, we knew we wanted to explore the idea of gratitude with several authors.  What we could not have anticipated is how thoughtful and gracious they were. 

In our first segment, we speak with Lisa Lucas about what we experience physiologically when we express gratitude and how we can incorporate gratitude into our classroom and daily lives.   

Next, Gravity Goldberg and Renee Houser discuss how gratitude is embedded in their teaching and its role within a growth mindset.  

In our last two segments, Jeff Anderson and Whitney La Rocca, each share how the changes forced by the pandemic provided unexpected gifts.


Lisa Lucas: Twitter

Practicing Presence

Gravity Goldberg Twitter

Renee Houser Twitter

Teacher's Toolkit for Independent Reading

Jeff Anderson Twitter

Whitney La Rocca Twitter

Patterns of Power