Chapter Synopsis:

Change can be hard and sometimes seemingly insurmountable, but, if we believe that change is an opportunity to do something amazing, it shapes our thinking to not only survive, but thrive in our world today.  As Superintendent John Carver would say, we are at a “printing press” time in history, and educators need to get into a mindset that we ask questions to move forward and embrace these changes in front of us.

Further Reading:

The Speed of Trust – Stephen Covey
Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation – Steven Johnson
Teach Like a Pirate – Dave Burgess

Further Viewing:

Dan Brown – An Open Letter to Educators
I’m Seventeen – Kate Simonds (TedXBoise)
O2 – Be More Dog

Discussion Questions:

Why do you believe that schools need to change, and what are the opportunities that lay in front of us?

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