Tag: speed of trust

In a recent workshop, I was asked: “Do you think that kids should just be able to bring phones to the classroom whenever they want?” At the end of the answer, I always share that ultimately, the decision should be with the teacher as they know their community the best, but here are some things … [Read more…]

Read More The Trust Default

Having a conversation with an administrator, I was asked the question, “Do you really believe that you can make this change happen with such a large district?”  My first thought was that this district wasn’t that large, yet it was relatively big for the area.  30,000 students might seem like a “large district” in some places, but … [Read more…]

Read More Even If You Are “Big”, Act Small

Having a conversation with an administrator, I was asked the question, “Do you really believe that you can make this change happen with such a large district?”  My first thought was that this district wasn’t that large, yet it was relatively big for the area.  30,000 students might seem like a “large district” in some places, but … [Read more…]

Read More Even If You Are “Big”, Act Small

  Nothing says, “I trust you”, less than blocking websites in organizations and schools. I recently read how Rhode Island has now outlawed social media in schools (at last glance…

Read More Absence of Trust

It is has been almost two months since Connected Principals has gone “public” and I have been sitting back and enjoying learning from others.  When I first came up with…

Read More Learning From the Process