Just because we have done things a certain way, does not justify that we should continue in this manner. As educators, we are continually witnessing and impacted by the ever-changing pace of our society,
Wow! What a journey!
At the beginning of the Web 2.0 Course, I felt that I had fair amount of knowledge and skills when it came to technology and the Web. How wrong was I!?! I had no idea
George Couros’ blog post titled A New Staff Experience has really made an impact on me. It has had me reflecting about leading change and the impact on school initiatives by varying abilities and
This year, an extremely passionate colleague put me onto the work of George Couros.
I am a keen follower of George's blog, particularly his posts relating to leadership and change. As
I recently watched this talk once again at our school's PD day about Personalised Learning.
Sir Ken Robinson highlights the need to revolutionise learning in accordance with the PRESENT and FUTURE
I fondly remember the first time I heard this talk by Sir Ken Robinson. It was in late 2010 and I had just started teaching in an open-plan learning space. My colleague, Adrian shared this and some