"The most important lesson I’ve learned through failing is that nothing is ever really a fail; it’s just another way for something not to work."
"If it took you years to be a master of in-person teaching, do you really think you’ll master hybrid learning in a single year? We must move away from a focus on utter perfection, which leads to feelings of exhaustion, failure, and disappointment, and more to a place of progress and seeing growth as well as learning from the setbacks."
"The greatest benefit to hands-on learning is the ability for students to make real-world connections."
"When you do things the ”the right way” it is because somebody found one way to do it and told you “this is the best way”. I don´t believe in that."