How often have you asked the question? What about “How are you doing?” or one similar? How often have you listened to the response? Really listened. In the hustle and bustle of the day, we’re all very busy and such conversations are sometimes fillers as we politely listen to a reply. And there are those… Read More And How Are You Today?
In a recent Switch and Shift article How Technology is Challenging the Human Side of Business, Pam Ross discusses her role in helping leaders bridge the technology/human relationship gap. The thing is, technology impacts our workplaces and our culture like never before. To the same degree, it also provides ways to better connect, communicate and… Read More The Human Side of School
We devote time to what is important but who gets to decide what is important in a person’s life? … Read More Listening in the Midst of Living
Are you planning for success so that failure informs what you are doing? Failure happens but do you have a plan for using the failure to move toward success?… Read More Are you Failing or Flailing?
The First Follower This is one of my favourite videos about leadership and being willing to take risks. Early in my career as a teacher, and then as an administrator, I often was so focused on my own agenda that I often missed out on helping others who were more talented that I was as particular… Read More Let’s Try Re-Framing
Our chat this week centred around School Culture. Participants reflected on the importance of positive school culture on the learning and relationships of teachers, students and parents. Participants shared ideas and resources for building and shaping a positive school culture and the important role that students and parents play in developing a school culture. Check… Read More #saskedchat – September 10, 2015
Making change doesn’t have to be daunting if we look at small changes over time. … Read More Small Changes – getting big results – #saskedchat Aug.27
Our chat this week was focused on Classroom Design. Participants shared their ideas and insights about creating a learning environment which includes students’ input and adapts to students’ needs. Participants shared great resources and their experiences of making changes to the classroom that included getting rid of the teacher’s desk, adding standing desks, couches and… Read More Classroom Design – #saskedchat August 13th, 2015
Do you love learning? How do we support teachers to cultivate their love of learning without overwhelming them to the point where they withdraw? … Read More Do You Love Learning?
Change is difficult and it requires preparation and support throughout the process. “Get on the train or….” doesn’t really fit. … Read More But I Can’t “Just Do It!”