Sensei Slides
Students: "Luck is no accident." Luck in my dōjō will require effort. Learning is not a passive activity. Knowledge is to be acquired. You must become an active learner, dedicated to the principle of lifelong learning. I invite you to "Think Different" and increase your capacity to help solve the world's biggest problems.Think of me as your "guide on the side" and as a curator of meaningful connections. May your life be enriched, elevated, and transformed through a more personal learning experience in my dōjō classroom — Senseilue

Digital Literacy KPIs:

  1. Key-by-touch proficiency (30-50 wpm, 80-95% accuracy)

  2. Email proficiency, social media, community, civility, respectful and professional communications

  3. Information processing cycle, research, design, analysis, presentation

  4. Digital literacy project, disruptive technology, human productivity

Business Office Specialists KPIs:

  1. Microsoft's Business Office Specialist Certification by Certiport

Traveling, Teaching, and Technology

A learning outcome I find while traveling is to see what other societies have deemed as an economic priority, both geographically and over time. For example, net-zero as defined by the Paris agreement and Glasgow Climate Pact is a seemingly higher priority in Europe than in the U.S. Priorities are exhibited through lifestyle choices such as gigantic bike garages and dedicated bike lanes in the Netherlands. Hundreds of human-powered cyclists are a site to see, but not necessarily safe for the inexperienced pedestrian.

Reference: “Net Zero Coalition.” United Nations https://www.un.org/en/climatechange/net-zero-coalition.