How can we help parents get as excited about the quality of learning in schools as they do about the quality of the football?
This post is part of a 10 day posting challenge issued by Tina Zita. You can’t be a connected educator if you don’t contribute. Sometimes we need a nudge to remember that if nobody shares, nobody learns. Thanks Tina! We Need You to Lead Us This subtitle from Seth Godin’s book, Tribes, is a call […]
How do we successfully navigate the chasm between “progressives” and “traditionalists”? The RSA Report (March 2016) Creative Public Leadership suggests that creating a compelling argument is the first step. For those of us who have been learning online for nearly 20 years, creating a compelling argument might seem redundant. We wonder why it seems so hard […]
“The reading isn’t merely a book, of course. The reading is what we call it when you do the difficult work of learning to think with the best, to stay caught up, to understand. The reading exposes you to the state of the art. The reading helps you follow a thought-through line of reasoning and […]
At the end of #YRDSBQuest, Michael Fullan told the educators in attendance that they need to go back and challenge the status quo. I am documenting the ongoing conversation about how to do this safely. We rarely talk about it, but in our work, many educators have told us they won’t blog because they are […]