The single best predictor of final-test scores was……learning speed.
The benefits of technological change are permanent but the effect on the rate of growth are temporary.
the emphasis is not on looking upward within the administration of the school system…it’s about looking outward to the next teacher or the next school, creating a culture of collaboration and strong networks of innovation.
Agility in education means closing the gap between a management model and a leadership model with practical solutions. This is the new frontier that corporations have failed to acknowledge.
It’s comforting to know that your discipline is older than any other department in your corporation. Discomforting to know how far the corporate needs to travel to close the gap. Thankfully, you have thousands of years of diversity and inclusion research to draw upon.
Unfortunately, the worst attributes of the education disciple are called best practices. It comes as no surprise that under such conditions, a command and control structure is required. If only they knew, that people can sustain the system with little or no input from the corporation.
What was best for the common good became an easy target to monetize by learning management software companies. But for educational theorists discussion of content control goes way back to the 1700’s
Spread the loveIn the same way, education leaders are quick to give their team credit; they are also ready to take responsibility for adverse outcomes. Great education leaders know that when they accept responsibility for their actions, they can positively affect the morale of the team. Leaders who don’t hold themselves accountable are useless Here […]
Why claim a special status, such as adult learning, if fundamentally you adhere to the spirit of learning?
Reflective practice, this is the world of SOTL.
Harvard Business School conducted research $162 billion dollars was wasted on corporate training in 2012.
Participants learned less from personal failure than from personal success, yet they learned just as much from other people’s failure as from others’ success.