From guest blogger Rachael Postle Brown Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase share a powerful story in chapter 5 of their book Building School 2.0. The story is one that describes the feelings of a failed teacher and the reaction of the teacher’s administrator. When I read this chapter I had an immediate rush of memories
From guest blogger Femi Skanes “Workers without question is a subset of a citizen, and if we aim for citizenship, we will get the workforce that we need, but only aiming for creating workers won’t get our society the citizens that it needs.” (Lehman & Chase, 2015). Focusing on citizenship as an integral component of
From Guest blogger Paul McGuire This time of year, our focus begins to shift to planning for the next school year. Sure there are lots of tasks that need to be accomplished before the end of this year, but we do need to spend time putting plans in place for the what is coming next.
By a show of hands (aka: tweets, likes, shares, comments, etc), how many of you would like the to transform teaching and learning? Do you believe that if you had the opportunity to reach down and make revisions, you could dramatically change student engagement and achievement? Would you like to be put in charge of