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Educators as Lead Learners

I have discussed educators as model learners before:

The educator’s role has or should change in this age of information abundance or Education 2.0-3.0. The educator’s role has always been to model and demonstrate effective learning, but somewhere along the line, the major role of the educator became that of content and knowledge disseminator.

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Education

Who is the Lead Learner?

Principal Mark Rinaldi-Ross and I have engaged with our staff during the instructional rounds process this season. Seen here Mark is on the floor observing. He is an amazing leader. 374 more words

Education

Answering Questions Leaders Ask About Blogging

Today I was fortunate to be part of a group of Ontario leaders* learning through a series of webcasts sponsored by CPCO/ADFO/ 443 more words

Leading Learning

Wrong Drivers

Our NY Stated accountability scores in ELA and Math were published this summer.  I can’t say I am proud of the scores, but I can say, that I am proud of what my teachers and students did to get to where we are now as a school.   788 more words

Leadership

Never Having to Say "I can't."

As Connected Educator month wraps up, I’ve been reflecting on what that particular word actually means to me. Often we talk about it in regard to our students and whether or not they are making the essential links between what they have been taught and what they are currently learning. 714 more words

Educational Leadership

Socktober: Help Us "Make the World More Awesome"

Today we had our first all school community meeting in which we watched Kid President’s Socktober video for 2014. It began by making a challenge, “Today I want to challenge all of us to use the Internet to do something awesome.” What a great challenge for our digital citizens! 354 more words

Reflections of the 2014 NAESP Conference

Yes, I am late, real late to submit my reflections of this past summer’s NAESP conference in Nashville, Tennessee, but life catches up to you so better late than never. 1,064 more words

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