The way you carry yourself, from your attitude, to your life choices, to your perspective and morals, leaves a greater impression than any knowledge or teaching you provide.
I am a huge fan of failure, and I do my best to get every one of my students to take risks and to fail on a regular basis.
When we gain an understanding of others’ values, beliefs, and cultures, we are able to make a true connection. It is in this connection that education takes place.
I work hard to ensure that my students feel comfortable making mistakes.
The more students have the opportunity to become globally aware, the better prepared they will be for their own career competency.
Kellie Blair Hardt
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Showcasing great examples of the best in education, Five Things I’ve Learned is a collection of personal reflections from education leaders devoted to improving the fortunes of others through learning.