Learnability: The Most Important Skill for School Leaders

Steven WeberBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: School leaders face constant change which impacts their daily decisions. So they need a new skill set: learnability. Learnability can happen in three ways: (1) lead by asking better questions (2) cognitive flexibility to navigate change and adapt (3) unlearning and relearning allows leaders to be responsive to new problems. Review reflective questions for school leaders. Change is constant … Read More

Episode 23 | Featuring Hedreich Nichols

Brad HughesGood News Brad News Podcast

Hedreich Nichols is a curriculum designer and Middle Years Program district edtech lead from North Texas. She is also an author and equity consultant helping teachers and districts amplify the voices of all students. With her Cherry Lake Publishing equity series books, What is Anti-racism? and What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?, as well as her upcoming Solution Tree title … Read More

Be The One (Part 2) – Hal Bowman

Rob BreyerGuiding Principals Podcast

Hal Bowman After spending over 2 decades in the classroom, Hal Bowman has been crisscrossing the United States helping tens of thousands of teachers and school leaders revolutionize classroom and campus culture.  His Teach Like A Rock Star professional development events for educators has been the buzz in the education world for the last decade, attracting sold-out crowds. His most … Read More

Episode 22 | Featuring Craig Randall

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Craig Randall‘s experience as a counselor, coach, teacher, and principal set him up perfectly to develop a model of teacher observation focused on building trusting relationships that spark teaching and learning growth. As the author of Trust-Based Observations, Craig is on a mission to change the world of teacher observations to a model of support that fosters risk-taking, innovation, and … Read More