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

Moving from Idea to Action

All good leaders are full of great ideas. The key is knowing which ideas to develop and when. Some may never go beyond the idea phase.  Others may be able to be brought to fruition fairly easily. Others take study, strategizing, collaboration, and mindset shifts. Regardless of the idea and how it develops, all success

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