Peeling the Onion: The Layers of a Professional Learning Community

Steven WeberBlog, Connect Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Teachers now teach in collaboration as they network with other educators all around the world. If starting something new, make sure you put thought into how to lead change in a way that will sustain the initiative. Reserve time for reflection. Your team must trust one another to move anywhere together. Celebrate together as a team! Professional Learning Communities … Read More

How Principals Build Trust (w Tim Carlson)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

Teaching has always been a profession that demands a lot from its practitioners. Between the global health crisis, political unrest, and helping students navigate what the world is and is becoming, teachers need support from principals who are supportive and reliable. Tim Carlson is a School Principal and PhD candidate who embodies what it means to show teachers that they … Read More

LfJ Series: A Justice-Centered Process for Justice-Centered Policies: How to Create Shared Governance Structures

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

  This week on the podcast, I am discussing creating structures around shared governance, the 6 principles to develop and sustain shared leadership, and what shared leadership looks like in practice.⁠ ⁠ These 6 principles are necessary to create trust in your community (leaders, teachers, students, families) to build and sustain a shared leadership.⁠ Ready to learn more? Let’s dive … Read More

Episode 22 | Featuring Craig Randall

Brad HughesGood News Brad News Podcast

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

EP74: Are We Truly Disruptors?

The Staff Room PodcastStaff Room Podcast

In Episode 74 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav dive into a conversation about Disruption, and what it means to be a disruptor within Education. This episode definitely goes in many directions and also touches on some real deep points with respect to what disruption looks like with the Anti-racist framework, with technology, with hierarchy. Lots of themes are … Read More