Beyond Ordinary

Articles from the Executive Director

You know that feeling when you can sense that the temperature drops and the atmospheric pressure changes and you just know that a storm is coming?...

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While Damian spends this week on a very challenging bicycle ride (Bike Ride Across Georgia), I am jumping in to let you know about some of the...

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"Gardening is sowing seeds and pulling weeds." We are saying goodbye to the old website and I am very happy to announce that the new MISBO website...

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We did an activity with the MISBO board not too long ago that is borrowed from the world of improvisation. One of the facilitators, Dr. Ryan Welsh...

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The Parkland students returned to school this week. The tragedy is now two weeks old and the community of students and teachers, parents, and loved...

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There is a saying, often attributed to Mark Twain, that while history may not repeat itself, it rhymes a lot. At this time of year, you are deep...

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It is a new year! The turning of the calendar means we get to look back to the previous year and celebrate all that was accomplished and make lists...

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Leaders are readers and in our field that means staying as informed as possible on the trends in various segments of education, demographic trends,...

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From the did-you-know files: There are approximately 7,400 languages spoken on the planet. Of these, 900 languages are spoken by fewer than 100,000...

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Automation is not new. MIT professor and labor economist David Autor points out that there is a long history of technology replacing human labor...

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Dilemmas are much easier to unravel when there is a clear right choice and a clear wrong choice, but it is rarely so simple. Teachers, facilitators,...

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Things that seem obvious are often the easiest to overlook. A basic truth about human development is that there is a first time to experience...

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