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Professional Learning…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6ZifjWftc8 Interesting to find this video clip in my Twitter feed today... I just finished drafting a note I want to send out to teachers seeking their feedback on me. The note is simple (and sincere) and I hope many... Continue Reading →

Pixar’s Randy Nelson on the Collaborative Age

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhXJe8ANws8&feature=youtu.be Another great video clearly re-defining what it means to collaborate, and clarifying the differences between cooperation and collaboration.

Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are

http://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are.html What a great piece to watch every once in a while. Lots to learn here... I made quite a few connections...So much growth over the years!

Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story

Teaching the importance of internationalism... viewing reality from multiple perspectives. What a powerful narrative Chimamanda Dichie shares in  The danger of a single story. Her delivery and message resonates with me on multiple levels. There are multiple short stories that... Continue Reading →

Creativity- Requires time

PIE teachers continue to experiment with this concept, Creativity- Requires time, allowing children to experience what it means to be creative. I am thinking of ways in which we can honor this idea with staff...how can we make it happen when... Continue Reading →

EARCOS Learnings

I have been re-energized by this morning's keynote, and other presentations at EARCOS. My main question remains: how come leaders do not act as promptly as we should when the evidence is so clear? We cannot continue to think that... Continue Reading →

My Learning Story

For some time now, I have been wanting to begin blogging as a way to record reflections on and about my practice, to note ideas of interest and general musings. Attending the EARCOS Leadership  Conference has inspired me to get... Continue Reading →

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