An Educator’s Guide to Using Your 3 Eyes

How to Apply Intellect, Insight and Intuition to Promote Personal and School-Wide Transformation

by Megan R. Sweet Ed. D.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/17/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 232
ISBN : 9781982215279
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 232
ISBN : 9781982215262

About the Book

Applying intellect, insight, and intuition to promote school-wide transformation for educators through interpersonal reflection and hands-on tools. This is no one-size-fits-all approach to education that provides a formula or a practical how-to guide. The truths found in this book are about applying research-based best practices to the processes that lie outside of academia. Readers will find themselves getting out their pens and highlighters to write in the margins and apply personal reflection to the teachings. The three Is—intellect, insight, and intuition—are tools for educators to find personal growth and development inside the structure of the school system so that they can promote school-wide transformation. When educators stop fighting the system and instead look inward for the answers, they will begin to see the improved student achievement and involvement they crave. Readers will walk away with: — greater self-awareness that will improve the classroom and educational landscape around them, — improved self-appreciation that will fuel empathy in the classroom and workplace, — clarity about the origin and influence of their beliefs that will help them combat negative beliefs and take advantage of positive beliefs, and — better decision-making skills developed through a contemplative approach.


About the Author

Megan Sweet is a systems-thinker who has been in education for more than twenty years. She’s been a teacher, school administrator and school district leader. She has a Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and her academic and professional interests rest mainly with how to create effective change in educational systems. Megan Sweet lives in Alameda, California with her son and two dogs.