Tag Archives: Seth Godin

Should I care if my students like me?

I usually agree with Seth Godin but I think the tone of his post about Applause is wrong for education (I realize that he is talking about marketing). Particularly this quote:  “Who decides if your work is good? When you … Continue reading

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The Right To Inquire – Part Two

The Right To Inquire (now known as ‘Part One’) detailed how we led into reflecting on where we were all at so far in our understanding of what it means to be responsible in the context of partaking in the … Continue reading

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The persistent voice of curiosity

“Once recognized, perhaps the quiet yet persistent voice of curiosity doesn’t go away. Ever. Perhaps such curiosity will hurt until we come to understand the beauty of a journey that will never arrive at an absolute answer.” Godin says that for most of … Continue reading

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