The idea for this change project is a subset of my original Destination Postcard. I call it: SAVE ALL THE THINGS!
To be perfectly honest, I had a hard time reading this article. I sat down to try to read it five different times. It felt very jargon-y, nonspecific, and like there was some prior information I was missing as he referred to various terms. Keep that in mind as I answer these questions. What preconceptions … Continue reading Change Your Theory
The change that I had written about on my postcard (Click all the things!) is not the one that I kept trying to apply the Heath brothers’ strategy to as I was reading the last sections of their book. Instead, it has to do with a current change we are trying to implement in our … Continue reading Make a Switch
For my visualization I wanted to create something more graphic and simple. I have used mind mapping software and get more hung up on having all things aligned properly than what is going in it. Additionally, I find that while it's helpful to go through the process of making one, afterwards it feels like more … Continue reading Understanding Leadership in Comic Form
A campaign to build curiosity and confidence in computing I find that students and teachers are exposed to a lot of different types of technologies but they are not used to their fullest extent and are used for the sake of using technology. A quick Google search of "online quiz teacher" gives 6,350,000 results of … Continue reading CLICK ALL THE THINGS
By far, the fondest memories I have of a leader was when working with a headmaster at a small private school in Vermont. The school was made up of around 30 really “quirky” students who didn’t fit the mold needed to be successful in a traditional public high school. You could say the same for … Continue reading Knowing when to get out of the way
To be perfectly honest, I don’t know what kind of leader I am. I know what kind of leader I think I am, but I’ve never gotten external confirmation. So, to get some outside perspective, I did some Googling. First, I tried taking some online quizzes to help inform my leadership type only to get … Continue reading Follow My Lead