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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 6 of the 7 Habits

Whether in the classroom, the workplace, relationships, or life in general, learning to compromise can be an important and helpful tool. However, what if there were a way to evenRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 5 of the 7 Habits

Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles on the pillars of iLEAD Antelope Valley’s educational philosophy and approach. They say communication is key, but if we lackRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 4 of the 7 Habits

“In the long run, if it isn’t a win for both of us, we both lose. That’s why win-win is the only real alternative in interdependent realities.” — Dr. Stephen CoveyRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 3 of the 7 Habits

This week, we look at Habit #3: Put First Things First. This habit, which all of our learners at iLEAD Antelope Valley are learning to put into practice, is allRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 2 of the 7 Habits

When was the last time you went on a trip to a new place without first looking up directions? Unless you have a superhuman sense of direction, you searched forRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Habit 1 of the 7 Habits

Last week, we introduced a vital element of iLEAD Antelope Valley’s approach to education — The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Learning and practicing the 7 Habits has beenRead More

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Exploring iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: The 7 Habits

At iLEAD Antelope Valley, our educational model is driven by much more than simply making sure children are good students. Rather, it’s focused on equipping them to be lifelong learnersRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Zest

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life.” —Gordon Parks Central to the iLEAD Antelope Valley approach to project-based learning is a belief that education works best when it’s energetic. Rather thanRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Curiosity

“Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” — Golda Meir Within the iLEAD Antelope Valley education model, we believe kidsRead More

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