On the power of assemblage

When Is the last time you told a friend, colleague, or student: “I’ll be your audience”? Last Monday, the third #teacherbookclub chat (Via Twitter) hosted the extraordinary co-author of Launch, John Spencer. If you are in education and you have yet to check out Spencer’s ‘Sketchy Videos,’ be prepared to be amazed: In John Spencer’s […]

Just Ask.

#Teacherbookclub just enjoyed its second online chat, featuring the man behind #InnovatorsMindset: George Couros. I’ve long been a a fan of his work, if there is one blog out there that educators need to make time for, it is “The Principal of Change.”  His book empowers educators everywhere to take action, and to see themselves […]

That Kindling Moment

In my Learning2 Talk this April, one idea I wanted to share was the notion of seeing the school year as a campfire. In keeping with this vision, I wanted teachers to see themselves as kindling bearers rather than feeling perpetually pressured to be torch bearers.  Often schools have ideas needing just a bit more […]

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