Are You Designing Systems for People to Comply or Innovate?

In Creative Confidence, Tom and David Kelly highlight that despite the expertise and history of success at Kodak, the company suffered from the knowing-doing gap, which prevented them from making the transition from what they had always done, to successfully navigating the shift toward the future of the industry. From their work with the leaders… Read More Are You Designing Systems for People to Comply or Innovate?

The Power of Blogging for Professional Development #IMMOOC

We are taking part in the Innovator’s Mindset #IMMOOC Collaborative blog challenge.  This post is co-written by Annick Rauch and Katie Martin. If we told you that blogging could be one of the most powerful tools for professional development, would you believe us? I (Katie) started blogging after a less than gentle nudge from George… Read More The Power of Blogging for Professional Development #IMMOOC

Want to know how to improve professional learning? Ask a teacher. #IMMOOC

I am taking part in the #IMMOOC “3 Blog Challenge” this week- 3 blog posts (ideally) under 200 words.  If you are interested in participating, details can be found here. I came across the #BFC530 chat yesterday and was intrigued by the perspectives and suggestions to improve professional learning.  Here are a few examples:   If… Read More Want to know how to improve professional learning? Ask a teacher. #IMMOOC

Join us for the Innovator’s Mindset MOOC Starting on 2/27 #IMMOOC

How do you move from “pockets of innovation” to a “culture of innovation”? How do we start to innovate inside of the box? What does innovation mean for education, and should every educator be an innovator? These are questions that George Couros addresses in his book, “The Innovator’s Mindset”, and will continue to dig deeper… Read More Join us for the Innovator’s Mindset MOOC Starting on 2/27 #IMMOOC