Author: George Couros

I received a lovely tweet the other day regarding something I shared in my last post.  The interesting thing was that it was not actually about the content of the…

Read More Curiosity Leads to Growth

The quote above has been sticking in my brain for awhile, and although this is something that I have thought about often, John Spencer puts it into words in a…

Read More Less Work, Deeper Learning

Working with about 500 educators today, in a full-day workshop, a high school student who was there to help out with the day, asked if he could sit in and…

Read More Restart Vs. Repeat

My good friend, AJ Juliani, is someone who I respect, admire, and appreciate. His constant push of himself to try new and different things is inspiring, and his attitude toward…

Read More Incremental Innovations #IMMOOC

My heart was filled this week, working with a few amazing school districts who are really pushing the boundaries of learning, and more importantly, pushing themselves to get better.  Educators…

Read More When will you know you are “there”?

I try very hard to push myself to get into better shape, and I will have to admit, the struggle is real.  Getting older, slowing metabolism and a lack of…

Read More Small Change, Big Difference

Before you tweet this quote (because many people will), I just want you to take a hard look at it: “Every child needs at least one adult who is irrationally…

Read More “One” Is Not Enough