Tweeting Your Way to Better Leadership

While taking a series of graduate courses toward a “Mass Customized Learning” endorsement/certification, I’ve spent a significant amount of time with Bea McGarvey & Chuck Schwahn’s Inevitable, Too, the inevitable follow-up to Inevitable.  (See what I did there?) Both texts explore the Continue reading Tweeting Your Way to Better Leadership

Three Inspiring Comics from Zen Pencils to Get Students Thinking Big

I’m a comic book geek, nerd, aficionado, reader, hoarder, what have you.  Yes, I like superhero and tights and truth and justice.  I can identify most every visual reference The Big Bang Theory offers and I salivated at the display Continue reading Three Inspiring Comics from Zen Pencils to Get Students Thinking Big

Expanding Operations in Suzie Boss’ Idea Factory Classrooms (By Two)

Earlier today, Jackie Gerstein tweeted a link to this article from Suzie Boss over on KQED’s MindShift. 1. Suzie Boss has a fantastic name. 2. She lays out the foundations for classrooms trafficking in ideas, innovations, and accomplishments. Please, take Continue reading Expanding Operations in Suzie Boss’ Idea Factory Classrooms (By Two)

Evolving Education: Inspiring Students to Dream & the Kubert School

Word passed through the Internet, Sunday, that comic book great, Joe Kubert, had passed away. Now, Joe Kubert is not a household name — certainly not like Stan Lee or Walt Disney or Jack Kirby.  (Jack who?  Jack Kirby.  Co-created Continue reading Evolving Education: Inspiring Students to Dream & the Kubert School