After 30 years in higher education administration, it is evident that I could have never prepared enough to deal with the rapid change and the complexity that evolved in all educational sectors and the world as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
What a month! With the ramping up of the Coronavirus and all the apprehension, restrictions, recommendations, reduction of personal interactions, and personal habit changes, it is no wonder people are in various stages of concern.
We have all heard it before. That sage wisdom offered by so many: “Get your head straight first.” “It’s what’s in your head that counts.” “Think first, then act.” “It’s a mind game.” – and so on.
Have you ever spent hours on a lake, pond, river or ocean and used the phrase, “There’s not any fish out there!”? Well… most of us probably have experienced that frustration at some point in our lives..