The tug of war helps us visualize our own agency in our schools.
We have a new language and we’re heading for revisions to our reality. What do we do about it?
Thinking our way systemically toward systems implementation.
Especially as it pertains to creating conditions for learning, mandating a pace that might carry forward each and every one in the organization is a delicate and complex bundle of decisions.
With the recent and visible crisis of trust involving Facebook, Thomas Friedman in his NYT…
This journey toward becoming the aspirational self is the fulcrum of a self-directed individual. Self-directed people are not forced to learn through the mandate of an evaluation of performance. They are not mechanical in their response to students’ learning needs. They are craftspeople, always honing the craft of teaching through emotionally-intelligent responses to the day to day events in their classrooms.
Reading Rick Wormelli’s essay “The Grief of Accepting New Ideas” raised some questions on supporting…