Five ways to damage a good school
Based on Greg Ashman's article and a suggestion from Doug Peterson, I am putting this question out to Twitter. What are some of the ways that a good school can be damaged. Further to this, how can these actions be reversed? Here is Greg's article
Survey on Five ways to damage a good school
Greg Ashman's Top Five - which of these resonate with you?
Focus on Furniture
Lock yourself into the latest novelty
Listen to the GOGS - Global Orthodoxy on Generic Skills
Introduce project-based or inquiry learning
Start blaming teachers for poor behaviour
This is Greg Ashman's list - what do you think could be added? Actions or initiatives that can damage a good school.
It is always good to finish with a positive - what can be done to counter actions that damage a good school?
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