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@jaymelintonMultipliers: how the best leaders make everyone smarter Why some leaders are diminishers who drain capacity and intelligence and others are multipliers who amplify team capacity & intelligence
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@jaymelintonTribesAdvice from Godin on Establishing groups, teams, and followers
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@roryaileenHow Education Must Change When Learning and Information Are Everywhere (Will Richardson) In this provocative read, Richardson provides an in-depth look at how connected educators are beginning to change their classroom practice. Ultimately, 'Why School?' serves as a starting point for the important conversations around real school reforms that must ensue, offering a bold plan for rethinking how we teach our kids, and the consequences if we don't.
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@roryaileenStop Stealing Dreams What is School For? (Seth Godin)The economy has changed, probably forever. School hasn't. School was invented to create a constant stream of compliant factory workers to the growing businesses of the 1900s. It continues to do an excellent job at achieving this goal, but it's not a goal we need to achieve any longer. In this 30,000 word manifesto, I imagine a different set of goals and start (I hope) a discussion about how we can reach them. One thing is certain: if we keep doing what we've been doing, we're going to keep getting what we've been getting. Our kids are too important to sacrifice to the status quo.
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@JenRoberts1Reading for Learning by LattimerPractical learning strategies; Also Reading For Learning will give you models of what reading should look like in content areas with ccss.
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@dlourcey360 Degree LeadershipA great read about leading North, South, East, and West. It offers principles about how to lead up, down, and side-to-side, plus challenges that 360 leaders face and how to tackle those challenges.
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@rbreyer51Monday Morning LeadershipDavid Cottrell, president and CEO of the Cornerstone Leadership Institute, is the author of this exemplary, easy-to-read book on the secrets of management. He has packaged what might otherwise have been a series of dry, boring management precepts – preserve your time, listen to your people, accept responsibility, focus on what truly counts – into an enjoyable, educational fictitious story. The concepts are easily adaptable to both business and education.
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@rbreyer51Rigor is not a four-letter wordLearn how to increase rigor so that all students can reach higher levels of learning! With this new edition of a teacher-tested best seller, you get practical ideas for increasing text complexity, providing scaffolding during reading instruction, creating open-ended projects, and much more. The enhanced second edition provides important connections to the Common Core State Standards, plus new sections on problem-based learning, implementation of high standards, and working with special-needs students.
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