How school leaders can guide classroom innovation

10/13/2013 | Connected Principals blog

School leaders who want innovative learning in the classroom need to lead by example by modeling it themselves and guiding faculty to do the same, writes George Couros, division principal of innovative teaching and learning with Parkland School Division in Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada. For instance, Couros writes in this blog post that he first started blogging himself, and then set aside time during staff development days to instruct teachers on how to set up blogs and share their posts with each other.

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