57 How Atomic Interactions Create Your Relationships with Livia Chan

Michele Schmidt MooreDesign Lessons Podcast

Hey Designers. Today we are talking to Livia Chan about relationships, the relationships we have with ourselves, and how to enrich our lives through our connections with each other. Livia Chan is a head teacher, writer, and presenter deeply passionate about community, leading with heart and positivity, and seeing relationships as gifts. Connect with the Host Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore … Read More

Relationships & Communication: 3 Strategies for Success at School and Home

Tre GammageBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: Strong relationships lead to more success. Be flexible with your communication style to help support everyone. In 2016, LinkedIn published an article declaring that 85% of jobs are filled through networking. And most of these jobs are filled before they are even posted online (Adler 2020).┬áThis has nothing to do with education but everything to do with relationships. They … Read More

Reborn a Critic | Livia Chan | Synthesizing Standards

Tom SchimmerThe Tom Schimmer Podcast

In Don’t @ Me (5:29), Tom declares that in his next life, he wants to return as a critic. Then, Tom is joined by author, speaker, and Teach Better Digital Coordinator Livia Chan (11:16) to discuss the importance of building strong relationships with our students. Finally, in Assessment Corner (55:48), Tom talks about why synthesizing our standards is the only … Read More

Connections with Intention

Livia ChanBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Manage Better

Relationships are at the heart of what we are blessed to do every day regardless of our roles. We can nurture and deepen connections with intention. How? There are SO many ways so read on to find out! Posts in the Series The New Leader on Campus: Importance of Building Relationships by Ashley Hubner Moving Beyond the Walls of Your … Read More

Moving Beyond the Walls of Your Classroom: Why Relationships with Colleagues Matter

Katie MiglinBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Some teaching days are great and some are hard. Having colleagues to talk to helps. Building relationships with colleagues can give you a network to problem solve with. Short conversations can change your day and plant the seed of a strong relationship. Take the chance to build relationships with colleagues. RINNNGGG! The end of the day is finally here. … Read More