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Why Does an Educational Change Leader Need to Develop a Learning Organization?

Why Does an Educational Change Leader Need to Develop a Learning Organization? | Teacher Leadership Weekly | Scoop.it

One of the best ideas from this article is the notion that leaders "build resiliency during change".  It's something that doesn't get much attention.  Maybe it should give the demands of implementing so many shifts in our approach to the classroom.

 

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ratzelster's comment, July 11, 2012 9:27 PM
Thanks Ken for leaving the message. Do come here often..what articles are most interesting for you?
Ken Morrison's comment, July 11, 2012 10:03 PM
I am most interested in anything regarding 21st century skills, as well as the attitude, leadership and systems thinking that goes along with creating a system that reinforces critical thinking and new study skills.
Ken
ratzelster's comment, July 12, 2012 12:34 PM
Thanks...I'll keep my eye out. If you find things are suitable, will you refer them to me? I'd appreciate it.
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Teacher Learning in Schools

Teacher Learning in Schools | Teacher Leadership Weekly | Scoop.it

This article jumped out at me because of it's disposition towards the teacher as a learner within a growing, dynamic school culture.  Yes students are the focus.   But teachers must also display their curiosity to grow and take on new roles, use new tools and change thinking patterns.  This Center embraced that notion....and it's a terrific example of how it could be done.

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Teacherpreneurs and the Common Core

Teacherpreneurs and the Common Core | Teacher Leadership Weekly | Scoop.it

It’s about time we jettison the “boss-worker” mindset of administrators and self-proclaimed reformers who cannot tolerate the blurring of lines between those who teach in schools and those who lead them. Our focus should be on meeting the challenges of 21st-century teaching and learning. In our communities, there are growing numbers of students from impoverished homes--many of them second-language learners--who need more well-prepared teachers, working in teams, than ever before.

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