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6 Ways to Support Distance Learning

Like countless other parents, you may have noticed some resistance from your kiddos to the online learning process and are wondering how to help your child stay engaged now that distance learning will continue. Whether online learning is for school,... Read more

Glen Tripp on being Reflective

This month I’m tackling “Be Reflective.” When we have a personal or team goal to reach, reflection plays a key role in helping us get there. Innovators are willing to invest time and energy in reflection as part of their... Read more

Glen Tripp on being Courageous

We define courage as being willing to share your creative thoughts, stretching yourself to try new things and embracing challenges. Indeed, being willing to fail, even publicly, is essential for innovation—and kids are very afraid of it. It seems that... Read more

Raising Visionary Kids

At Galileo, we design our programs to develop and reinforce the five traits that make up the Innovator’s Mindset. This month we focus on the first of these traits: Innovators are VISIONARY. Please don’t fear this word. Being visionary is... Read more