A hustly-bustly learning space is a beautiful thing, but when I put myself in the shoes of that student, I could tell it might become distracting at times.
Effective school leaders have a vision of what their “ultimate” school looks like. But a clear path directly to this goal is rarely, if ever, discernible.
We need to embrace the idea that everyone in our classroom is a teacher and a learner, and tap into this community, especially in a world where we can learn so much from networks.
With access to content being ubiquitous and instant in students’ out-of-school lives, we can either reject their world for our more traditional one, or embrace it.