A rare image of a flying peacock. WOW!!
i very much want all of them...but particularly: jemima, tom, mrs. tiggy winkle and petter
Being a victim is not who I am. When I stand up for myself, my rights, my role...that is not playing the victim. What that is called is being ASSERTIVE. Not passive aggresive or aggresive. But people who don't like to be called out for their bad behavior will call you a victim when you assert yourself. That makes them the ones who are passive aggressive.
Don't fill your head with worries by Ludvig Nevland, via Behance
This graphic could be used to illustrate why differentiated instruction is fair