Tag: change agent

This is something I have heard (and have said in the past) people say quite often: Our people are just not moving fast enough! This can take other forms as well, such as “people are resistant to change,” etc. Here is something that I think to help ground me in this thinking.  Some people thought … [Read more…]

Read More A Reminder for When Others Seem Resistant to Change

This is something I have heard (and have said in the past) people say quite often: Our people are just not moving fast enough! This can take other forms as well, such as “people are resistant to change,” etc. Here is something that I think to help ground me in this thinking.  Some people thought … [Read more…]

Read More A Reminder for When Others Seem Resistant to Change

I am playing with some ideas in my head, so I am “writing to learn” in this post instead of writing to share my learning.  Bear with me as I work through this post. I have been playing around with this term in my head of “Education Centrist” and wondering what that term means for … [Read more…]

Read More Somewhere in the Middle

I shared this post recently, “These Are The Skills That Your Kids Will Need For The Future (Hint: It’s Not Coding),” and I want to start with a quote from the end of the article first. Perhaps most of all, we need to be honest with ourselves and make peace with the fact that our … [Read more…]

Read More Teachers as Agents of Change

In the same week, I heard the following obstacles shared by two different organizations that were significantly different in the number of students they served: School District 1 – We are so small that we don’t have the resources that we need to do the things that we want. School District 2 – We are … [Read more…]

Read More Moving From Obstacle to Advantage