As a school leader, you make an incredible amount of decisions – both instructional and operational – in a day, a week, a month, a school year, and certainly over an entire career. Why do you do what you do? Do you reflect on what values and beliefs are at your core as a school […]
Archives for August 2011
Not only is this a terrific video about learning in real life, it’s an excellent example of how we communicate about ideas with media in the 21st century. LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo. On the Vimeo site you’ll also see two other videos, Eat and Move.
A new video on the less-discussed role of leadership in 21st century education. We agree learning is different today and teachers must change the delivery of instruction. What about leadership? How should effective educational leadership look different in the 21st century?
I attended a one-day workshop presented by Chuck Schwan and Bea McGarvey on their recent book: Inevitable: Mass Customized Learning – Learning in the Age of Empowerment. It was an interesting day and fun to be among like-minded educators thinking about possible reforms in education – ones that actually make sense. In the book and […]