Here are my Weekly Educational Diigo posts. Tomorrow I will have another post up on school culture and climate.
LeadLearner: Talent is Nothing
Talent is nothing. Talent + commitment? Now we are talking
Edusketching: A Tool to Improve Retention
Would your students be better Edusketching as opposed to regular note taking? Podcast w/resources
100+ Great Google Classroom Resources for Educators
Some awesome Google resources for teachers & a great hashtag to follow
Good morning, #bfc530! This is twice this week! Love getting back to my PLN in the morning!
— Rachel Murat (@MrsMurat) February 11, 2016
A Leader is Always Under the Microscope: 2 Lessons From Super Bowl 50 |
As a leader, we are always being watched. Actions are always being evaluated
Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: Why Most People Never Learn from Their Mistakes
How you can app;y “black box thinking” to your learning process as a leader
Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: 4 Rules for Getting Valuable Work Done
The ability to do “deep work” is one of the keys to learning
I think this is sort of what we used to do. Put out supplies and let the Ss create. #BFC530
— Kathy Iwanicki (@kathyiwanicki) February 10, 2016
Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: First Look: Leadership Books for February 2016
Some titles to add to your reading list for 2016
Passionate Leadership – General Leadership
Are you a passionate leader? What are you passionate about is the bigger question
Good morning #BFC530 friends!
— Diane Doersch (@DoerDi) February 9, 2016
I work in a district where risk taking is encouraged and, if it works, we share it! #BFC530
— Lisa Mayo (@LMayoPMHS) February 9, 2016
@TCMSPrincipal #BFC530 failure is key to growth!
— Cleteus Smith (@cleteus_smith) February 9, 2016
@MrEandre @rharwood17 We don’t need “system” to create risk taking enviro. We need it to allow, encourage & celebrate it #bfc530
— Denis Sheeran (@MathDenisNJ) February 9, 2016