Do you know a high schooler who would love to have his or her artwork featured in a new book?
We are looking for 10 original illustrations by jr. high or high schoolers (6th through 12th grade), to be included in a forthcoming book, Stories of
Change is daunting. Even the idea of making a bold change in your school makes many of us freeze in fearful anticipation that “what I have been doing is not good enough, and I am going to be forced out of what I know and
I recently met with a school leadership team as part of a strategic planning session. We were discussing ways to unstandardized the curriculum so students could receive a more relevant, equitable, and fun education experience. During the course of the discussion about ways to unstandardized
One of the hardest things to do as a leader is to have a courageous conversation with a staff member. These conversations are awkward, uncomfortable, and typically against our nature as leaders. However, these conversations are needed to move the school forward, to strengthen school
There are two ways to get into a pool: dip your toes in the water or leap off the high dive. In his inspiring TEDx Talk, Evan will challenge and encourage you to leap off a high dive, think creatively, and create positive change. Through story, Evan encourages
The following is an excerpt from “Towards Education 3.0: The Changing Goalposts for Education” by Chris Goldspink & Robert Kay. To download the full white paper and others in the Corwin Educator Series, click here.
There is no shortage of experts when it comes to education. Unlike other professions or occupations,
The following is an excerpt from “Education Cargo Cults Must Die” by John Hattie and Arran Hamilton. To download the full white paper and others in the Corwin Educator Series, click here.
High-stakes assessment has been an important rite of passage throughout much of human history. Many ancient cultures and tribal societies
The following is an excerpt from “Leadership: Circles of Trust” by Pam Ryan. To download the full white paper and others in the Corwin Educator Series, click here.
We have a good sense of what leadership is supposed to be and of the importance of trust to effective leadership. The literature often promotes “transformational,” “participative,”
The following is an excerpt from “As Good As Gold? Why We Focus on the Wrong Drivers in Education,” the first in the new series of Gold Papers by John Hattie and Arran Hamilton.
In many education systems, it is a mandatory requirement that every teacher
A new year brings a rebirth, a time to start new and to challenge ourselves to stretch and grow. As a school leader, I work to use this time to challenge myself to discover and learn new things. Plus, school leadership is not meant to