Video: Learning to Change

Wow! What a great, inspiring, and thought provoking faculty meeting yesterday. Thank you all for its success. A special thanks to all of you who presented with such true passion and enthusiasm. I have already received some great feedback from some of you this morning and I look forward to hearing more about your success.

I thought a lot last night about when Paula spoke about change in the beginning of our meeting and I would like to thank you [Paula] for your vision of innovation and support as this organic process evolves. Thank you!

It made me think about a video I would like to share with all of you that I came across while reading a post on David Warlick's Blog about Change. Please watch it, think about it, and share your thoughts or comments. (Just click on the comments link at the bottom of this post. If you are viewing this in a reader, or the automated email, you will need to go to the blog to leave a comment, and watch the video for that matter.)




OK! Let's hear it! Tell us what you think!

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http://beauvoirtech.blogspot.com/2008/05/rss-what-is-it.html

As always, I hope you found this post to be inspiring and thought provoking.

See you all again soon!

1 comment:

Mary said...

Wow – another thought provoking “snippet”. Keep them coming Matt! In the 25 years I have been in early elementary education there has been such change. Nothing remains static, fortunately. It is stimulating to have co-workers who help keep us all abreast of what the future holds. I recall attending a talk in Hearst Hall over at NCS years back which projected what the future held in terms of technology, education and jobs. It is happening now, and you are helping us see what may be around the next corner. Thanks, Mary