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Education: A process rather than a product

My colleague David Perrin has published an op-ed in EdWeek where he points out the value of thinking of education as a process, rather than thinking of education as the creation of a product. 201 more words


Think of your child, could you give him advice any better than this...

As part of my Life Coaching passion, I’m on the look out for helpful quotes or principles. I don’t think they get much better than these principles to live by–this is written by Joshua Hugh Wooden (father of John Wooden, hall of fame former coach at UCLA): 49 more words


Losing a Lost Proposition

Marshall Hastings
Assistant Sports Editor

It’s a common belief, however wrong it may be, that a team must lose. No matter the sport, we’re led to believe that losing is good. 746 more words

Springfield College

A model United Nations in basketball jerseys and sneakers

Welcome to the melting pot of Hoosier high school hoops, a stuffed-to-the-exits gymnasium on Michigan Road that seats 80 people — 90 if you squeeze in reallll tight — where the youngest head coach in the state fuses Indiana’s passion into a roster of players whose native countries dot the globe. 1,860 more words


James Worthy: Kobe should take a seat and relax

Lakers legend and basketball commentator James Worthy discusses the similarities between all-time coaching greats Dean Smith and John Wooden. He goes on to discuss the emotional toll that injuries must take on Kobe Bryant and the future of the Lakers on… 38 more words


All-time great high school teams: Girls soccer - Carmel 2002

Carmel’s 2015 girls swim team has established itself as perhaps the best in U.S. history and certainly the best ever in Indiana.

In conjunction with that, The Indianapolis Star is selecting all-time best teams in the 19 other Indiana high school sports. 278 more words


North Rockland hands Suffern first home loss

SUFFERN – North Rockland coach Kevin Metcalf quoted legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden at the Red Raiders’ Senior Night three nights ago: “Much can be accomplished by teamwork when no one is concerned about who gets credit.” 549 more words