5 Ways to Foster Creativity and Innovation

For several years, I have used the Teaching Innovation Progression (TIP) Chart to guide my coaching conversations with teachers. It gives such a concrete view of teacher actions and student behaviors in a student-driven classroom. The chart is broken into four areas of concentration: Research and Information Fluency, Communication and Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Problem

Five Friday Faves: Leadership edition

What is the most important character trait in a leader?  Ask that question to ten different people, and you could possibly receive ten different answers.  I always appreciate quotes, tweets, and posts that differentiate between leading and managing; between a leader and a boss.  I have worked for both.  And all of those experiences have helped

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