engagement, part 1…

Bill said it so well – watch for Part 2!

The Dream Dean

Hello everyone!  A couple of days ago, I was reading the book, “Back of the Napkin” by Dan Roam, a book about visual thinking.  I’ve been trying to figure out a “last” project for the students in my “HHS126: Design Your Life II: Engaging Experiences Through Coaching” course, since all of these students would have taken my HHS125 course, “Design Your Life I: What Could I Do With My Life” course within the last year.  As I was thinking through this process, something hit me like a ton of bricks!  First, I remember one of my favorite definitions of engagement (but viewing it from a student perspective), from from the book, “MAGIC: Five Keys to Unlock the Power of Employee Engagement” by Tracy Maylett and Paul Warner):

“Engagement is an emotional state where students feel passionate, energetic, and committed toward to work they do (could be done within and/or outside the…

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Published by Pam Schoessling: Academic, Career, and Life Coach

I am passionate about helping people reach their potential at school and find fulfillment in their work. With over 10 years experience coaching, teaching, or advising high school and college students, I also am trained in career planning with design thinking for creating a visionary action plan to move forward. A Master's degree in Education and over 6 years of coach training programs round out my readiness and skills for increasing students' capacity for both achievements​ AND enjoying the journey along the way.

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