Visible Leadership
So, how visible are you?
What do you say?
What do you do?
Onground + Online = Super Visibility
Here's the sweet spot?
Webinar Follow-Up Discussion:
Think about:
How are you visible now?
Post a reflection:
How would you like to enhance your ...
Connected Leadership
How do you show your "connectedness"?
Are you intentional and consistent about what you do?
Do you role model in visible w...
When you think about
connected leadership where
do you see your school
district?
Conversation
Visibility
as a
Lead Learner
Just the facts which layer on context:
-My first year - 8 months in
-297 Grade 7 & 8 students
-16 staff
Learning Condition...
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Sandbox in many ways
with staff.
Cultivate Your Being Online
Super Visibility
is a
game changer.
Onground + Online
What shifts:
● when you show up in connected ways, you get to
engage with the world
● you find, learn and share with other...
Questions matter more than answers!
Always
go
back
for
more.
Building a Collaborative Learning Culture
● learn alongside - LEARNING FIRST
● equip them - GIVE THEM TECH
● no opt out - ...
Consider these questions:
Does the physical setting of your school reflect a participatory,
creative, connected, informati...
Image by lrargerich
Where are the barriers? What gets in the way?
Creating a culture of continuous
learning and growth
Growth Mindset:
● passionate practice
● learning always comes first
●...
Learn first, lead second.
What Time is it?
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EXPLORE goals and beliefs about visible leadership and being a connected educator,

DEVELOP strategies to transform the learning environments for students, teachers and educational leaders; and,

LEVERAGE online tools for effective communication and collaboration.

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Visible leadership Summit 2013 A learning session with participants from Ontario.

  1. 1. Visible Leadership
  2. 2. So, how visible are you? What do you say? What do you do?
  3. 3. Onground + Online = Super Visibility Here's the sweet spot?
  4. 4. Webinar Follow-Up Discussion: Think about: How are you visible now? Post a reflection: How would you like to enhance your visibility?
  5. 5. Connected Leadership
  6. 6. How do you show your "connectedness"? Are you intentional and consistent about what you do? Do you role model in visible ways? Do you intentionally position things for change? Where do you lean: towards anchors or change? Are you reflective? Do you engage with wider collaboration?
  7. 7. When you think about connected leadership where do you see your school district? Conversation
  8. 8. Visibility as a Lead Learner
  9. 9. Just the facts which layer on context: -My first year - 8 months in -297 Grade 7 & 8 students -16 staff Learning Conditions: -wifi -BYOD every classroom: 2 iPads, netbook, ipod touch, data video projector, desktop, interactive whiteboard
  10. 10. O p e n n e s
  11. 11. Sandbox in many ways with staff.
  12. 12. Cultivate Your Being Online
  13. 13. Super Visibility is a game changer. Onground + Online
  14. 14. What shifts: ● when you show up in connected ways, you get to engage with the world ● you find, learn and share with others around your passions in ways that are limitless ● gain a deeper understanding of relationship building ● grind your lenses differently when thinking about how best to approach learning and collaborating together ● brings the power to self-select when, how and with whom you learn - 24/7 & DIY ● learning conversations are much deeper and richer because it's a blend
  15. 15. Questions matter more than answers!
  16. 16. Always go back for more.
  17. 17. Building a Collaborative Learning Culture ● learn alongside - LEARNING FIRST ● equip them - GIVE THEM TECH ● no opt out - ENGAGE EVERYBODY ● pick one - Google Docs focus ● f2f learning sessions ● learn in groups that make sense continuous learning mode ● informal 1:1 sessions Different points of entry ● let them play - tinker ● personal check-ins ● celebrate the growth ● give them time & space, it's hard work - empathy ● stay the course & respond to resistance ● integrate in meaningful ways - real-life problem-solving that make a difference in the learning ● learn first, lead second - learner, coach & then a leader
  18. 18. Consider these questions: Does the physical setting of your school reflect a participatory, creative, connected, information-rich culture? ENGAGING & EFFICIENT Are your learning spaces instrumented? Do you leverage instrumented pockets and backpacks? TECHNOLOGY EVERYWHERE Does your staff use social networking tools? Does your staff create and produce every time you meet? FLOW & INNOVATION IN FOCUSSED WAYS
  19. 19. Image by lrargerich Where are the barriers? What gets in the way?
  20. 20. Creating a culture of continuous learning and growth Growth Mindset: ● passionate practice ● learning always comes first ● hard work ● dedication Teaching a growth mindset creates motivation and productivity. Carol Dewct, Mindset
  21. 21. Learn first, lead second. What Time is it?

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