As a leader are you encouraging teachers (and are teachers encouraging students) to take risks? To be brave, bold and step out of that comfort zone? In terms of technology and social media, I think of it this way: Don’t deny the existence, invest in the potential.
If schools were to choose graduate students for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs based on each student’s character rather than standardized test scores, they would drastically improve the success of admitted students, and also boost the participation of women and minorities.
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…and to you, if you have stuck with Harry until the very end.
"There lived four wizards of renown, whose name are still well-known: Bold Gryffindor from wild moor, Fair Ravlenclaw from glen, Sweet Hufflepuff from valley broad, Shrewd Slytherin from fen. They share a wish, a hope, a dream, they hatched a daring plan, to educate young sorcerers, thus Hogwarts school began."
Both kissing and chocolate raised heart rates. But chocolate’s effect was longer lasting and more powerful. The buzz from chocolate, [psychologist David] Lewis told the BBC, “in many cases lasted four times as long as the most passionate kiss.” Even with its caffeine, sugar and stimulants, “chocolate’s power really surprised us,” Lewis said.
"The study also found that as the chocolate started melting, all regions of the brain received a boost far more intense and longer lasting than the excitement seen with the kissing," according to the BBC.