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Tom Hudock
Father, business creator, performance coach, founder of a school of Inquiry
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Tom Hudock 21h
Let's keep having higher level conversations and find the people and groups we want to be allies with (even when you're not in the group or share their lived experiences).
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Tom Hudock Jun 3
Thanks for this article on uncovering Union blocking of distance learning. Sounds like "compliance" was more important than teachers pivoting.
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Tom Hudock Jun 2
I've heard from a few that posting a black image with the hashtag black lives matter is counterproductive. Those posts will flood the hashtag and HIDE the photos of positive protests, thus continuing to hide behind blank screens.
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Tom Hudock May 31
What else do they need to say, what else do they need to do to get through to politicians and police?
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Tom Hudock May 31
Replying to @fablefy
I had no idea this was happening in India. I'm sorry to hear you're having to be witness to this. We get blinded by the things happening in our own countries that we don't see others. Take care 🙏💙
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Tom Hudock May 24
Replying to @TillieElvrum
Whoa that's crazy. I hope it's a weather channel mistake.
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Tom Hudock May 24
When life’s storms come, happiness disappears. For this reason, it’s always better to pursue things that have meaning.
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Tom Hudock May 22
Helpful to have insights into how to collaborate within education. It's not something often taught in schools. Glad to see taking a leadership role with this.
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Tom Hudock May 21
🙏 feels good to be on your list! Thank you.
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Tom Hudock May 21
David, I think the young kids call that a meat shield. 😉
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Tom Hudock May 20
Getting cocky there Kelly. It's worth celebrating the little wins!
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Tom Hudock May 20
Me too. Getting pulled into fortnight again.
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Tom Hudock May 20
If they're tooting all is well, then they're in avoidance and denial. All is not well but it's not all bad either. We also need to be supportive when we have moments of being okay too. Being vulnerable doesn't have to be only when we're not ok. Let's be vulnerable to be heard.
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Tom Hudock May 20
There is more suffering in the world than there should be. But we can do something about it. There's no shortage of things that need fixing up. What we decide now dictates what we see when we're 80 years old. Can we look back at 80 and see the suffering we reduced?
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Tom Hudock May 20
I like the mirror test Shilpi. Yes it's okay to have moments where we are not okay! Isolation and a pandemic will do that to people.
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Tom Hudock May 19
Adverse times also show us what we can handle. After we're through this pandemic, many of us will look back and realize what we took on and see what we can do better. If we're open to reflecting honestly with ourselves.
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Tom Hudock May 19
I think by being a guide for them, it helps them find their own motivation to learn. Then it's less about forcing them through the curriculum if they're willing emotionally.
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Tom Hudock May 19
crumpled license plate with insurance stickers cut out on a new car? Looks suspect. Seen near Thetis Lake.
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Tom Hudock May 19
It certainly makes empathizing with them easier. If you loved school and were a straight A student prior to being a teacher, that would be harder for youth relate to you when they find school disengaging and difficult.
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Tom Hudock May 19
Thanks but the credit should go to for the innovations his school is doing! I would say this applies for not-at-risk students too. Teaching doesn't have to be mostly lecturing.
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