How to leaders at different career stages respond to some of the most common leadership scenarios? In this series of interviews I conducted a couple of years ago, I capture the leadership voices and seek their insights.
For educators, there are few things more frustrating than looking out into a classroom during the middle of a lecture and seeing nothing but bent heads. What are your students doing out there? Are they texting beneath the desk, despite repeated threats of phone confiscation? Are they scribbling notes to friends? Are they doodling silly animated books with teeth chasing your lecture notes off the page?
If the answer is the latter, you might not want to despair just yet. Despite centuries of teaching otherwise, researchers and thought leaders alike are increasingly rebranding doodling as a source of creativity, engagement, and yes, even keeping students on task. It’s something Sunni Brown, author of the book The Doodle Revolution, articulates well in her 2012 TED Talk, which emphasizes the importance of looking at doodling as something to embrace rather than shame.
What can I say about Eric Sheninger? His list of accomplishments and awards would take up my entire BLOG! Read about this inspirational thinker here http://www.ericsheninger.com/
In this recorded webinar, I ask Eric to talk about the experiences of leading learning in challenging contexts with a focus on the role of social media.
You will be as inspired as I was. Eric is returning for a fresh webinar in the new year. Find out all the details in 2014 at http://www.palnet.edu.au Look for EVENTS
I coordinate a professional webinar series for Principals Australia Institute and we make the recordings accessible for educators. You may need to register (no cost) with PALNET, the online community for educators that I lead. Palnet has over 3,300 members and provides incredible free tools.
Note: Some of these recordings stream live from BlackBoard Collaborate and may require a java update.
Join me with my wonderful colleagues from Finland, Norway and the Netherlands as we explore the similarities and differences between the Australian Education system and our European friends.
Note: the image link will stream the recording live from BlackBoard Collaborate
This Friday I am hosting a webinar titled ‘A Eurovision of Education’. Three wonderful educators from Finland, Norway and Finland will be live on-line discussing how their systems operate, the impact of implementation of national curriculum and fielding questions around managing diversity.
Go to http://www.palnet.edu.au, register for FREE and look for EVENTS.
Looking forward to your involvement and please share with colleagues.