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Do You Want To Be A Thought Leader?

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It's important for educators to share their experience and claim their place at the (digital) thought leadership table to keep improving innovation in our education system. So here are three ways they can work towards becoming recognized thought leaders.

5 Reasons Self-Awareness Matters for Leaders

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By: Mary Ryerse. Two key components of good leadership are emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Here, I discuss that relationship, and highlight a simple way for leaders to boost their own emotional intelligence.

How to Create Experiences and Scale Environments That Change Lives

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Learn more about creating successful learning networks, where groups of like-minded schools support each other through a common vision, powerful learning experiences for both students and teachers, and common tools and systems.

On Becoming An Idea Machine

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James Altucher says ideas are the currency of life and we should keep our idea machine at top performance levels by flexing the idea muscle daily. So here is my list for today--what's on your list?

Curriculum Associates: Blended Success Story

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Curriculum Associates may be the most important EdTech success story you don’t know about. Learn more about its backstory, how it grew into a blended learning giant and recently donated most of it's stock to a university

5 Minutes to Change Culture: The 5 to Thrive Challenge

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By: Tom Vander Ark and Jillian Darwish. The “5 to Thrive Challenge” encourages education leaders to dedicate five minutes each day for a month to improving the culture of their schools. In this post, we provide strategies and a free toolkit to help get you started.

Getting Smart Podcast | Special Ed Teacher to White House Tech Advisor

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In this podcast, Tom chats with Seth Andrew, who shares insights gained in his journey from teaching special education, to founding an ambitious school network serving 5000 students, to becoming a White House Tech Advisor.

Using Student Feedback to Improve School Culture

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By: Hannah Bartlebaugh. School culture matters for students, teachers and education equity, and the best way to know if we’re on track in building a positive school culture is to ask—and listen to—students.

Agreement Crafting: The New Work of EdLeaders

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It’s a series of agreements that help a school community meet new challenges, adopt new learning models and leverage new partnerships—these are the agreements that EdLeaders should be prepared to make.

Two Secrets to Energize Your Culture in 2017

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By: Jillian Darwish. Reinvigorated after the holiday break, many of us will begin to think about culture transformation initiatives to sustain that momentum. These two secrets and two big questions will help get you started.

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