Wow, what an election season! It made many of us consider the attributes of leadership we admire most.
This week’s top ten stories show examples of the kind of leadership we admire–EdLeaders who are hard at work with positive attitudes and innovative approaches to improving education for the leaders of tomorrow.
Blended Schools & Tools
1. Meeting Broadband Goals
Results are in! Learn about the infrastructure progress schools have made in our 2016 Infrastructure Survey https://t.co/DxSR4WGP9O
— CoSN (@CoSN) November 3, 2016
2. Student-Centered Learning Research
— Tom Vander Ark (@tvanderark) November 2, 2016
3. Rapid Reading
— Carol Barash (@CarolBarash) November 4, 2016
4. National Distance Learning Week
— Kristin J. O’Bannon (@KristinJOBannon) November 7, 2016
Dollars & Deals
5. EdTech Acquisition
— Frank Catalano (@FrankCatalano) November 3, 2016
6. U.S. DOE EdSim Challenge
— Carri Schneider (@CarriSchneider) November 2, 2016
7. Mobile Millennials
— Graebel Companies (@GraebelRelo) November 3, 2016
Check out our new website sharing stories around how Millennials are carving out their own paths in life and career at generationdoityourself.com, as well as this great toolkit we created to inspire and get this generation started on their paths.
8. Machine Intelligence Impact
— Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) November 4, 2016
Speaking of the impact of machine intelligence, we discuss how Smart Machines Will Eat Jobs (Except Where Smart People Create Them) in our latest #AskAboutAI post.
Social Emotional Learning
9. K12 SEL
— Mary Ryerse (@maryryerse) November 3, 2016
In our latest podcast, Dr. Dan Siegel of Mindsight Institute discusses the importance of promoting SEL while working with teenage students.
Teachers & Tech-ers
10. Teacher PD Transformation
Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Patricia DeKlotz discusses how she has shifted teacher professional development in her district to focus more on true teacher needs in this podcast.
For more, see:
- Getting Smart Podcast | Leading Personalized Learning: State Policy Advice & Successes
- Leading Online and Offline: New Book Offers 6 Tips for EdLeaders
- 35 Leaders on the Successes and Challenges of Project-Based Learning
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