The story of leadership is often told through the lens of a single leader and a singular act -- Martin Luther King rallying crowds at the Lincoln Memorial; Eleanor Roosevelt leading the creation of the declaration on human rights; Henry Kissinger setting foot in Beijing.
So, maybe you're on Twitter, your colleagues are on Twitter, you're excited about ideas around new learning and your Principal might mention these themes in staff meetings. So why's no real change happening in your school? All this 21st century learning talk is happening but you're still performing standardised tests, teachers are still teaching from the front…
This is a real treat for me. I’ve been a follower and a fan of Tom D’Amico for a long time. I have a real appreciation for those who scour the web, find, and then share the best of the resources. Tom is a daily source for inspiration through sharing with his Twitter account @TDOttawa. …
Data and research on education including skills, literacy, research, elementary schools, childhood learning, vocational training and PISA, PIACC and TALIS surveys., Schools have yet to take advantage of the potential of technology in the classroom to tackle the digital divide and give every student the skills they need in today’s connected world, according to the first OECD PISA assessment of digital skills.
This unique publication explores the potential benefits, pitfalls, future trends and learning outcomes for 10 hot topics in education, providing you with a warts-and-all view of how they can impact a school and, ultimately, the learning experience of the pupil.
Groundbreaking research on serious accidents and disasters demonstrates a clear link between an organisation’s leadership culture and the likelihood of these events occurring. An organisation’s leadership culture can save lives or end them, wreck
How Schools are Stuck I’ve been thinking and talking a lot of late about the belief systems that schools have (or don’t have) about student learning, and as I was digging around for some shoulders to...
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