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Our addiction to isolation has been our greatest challenge in school culture.
Our ego’s tell us to go it alone and beat our own drum.
We attempt to see a vision on our own. . .
Instead of sharing, we compete with each other.
And when we run into problems we would rather blindly march ahead rather than ask a colleague for advice.
If our  surgeon chose to . . .  work in isolation,  what kind of care would we receive?
We must rid ourselves of isolation and  seize the  opportunities to  learn and share together…
<ul><li>Transforming the workplace  </li></ul><ul><li>from a culture of isolation . . . </li></ul>
To an organization of shared learning  and practices .
Why Change?
Because now more than ever, our democracy needs us to produce highly educated citizens who can compete and contribute to a...
But why change? We are still #1! Things are just fine.  This is just drama.
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Isolation In Schools

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Isolation In Schools

  1. 1. Our addiction to isolation has been our greatest challenge in school culture.
  2. 2. Our ego’s tell us to go it alone and beat our own drum.
  3. 3. We attempt to see a vision on our own. . .
  4. 4. Instead of sharing, we compete with each other.
  5. 5. And when we run into problems we would rather blindly march ahead rather than ask a colleague for advice.
  6. 6. If our surgeon chose to . . . work in isolation, what kind of care would we receive?
  7. 7. We must rid ourselves of isolation and seize the opportunities to learn and share together…
  8. 8. <ul><li>Transforming the workplace </li></ul><ul><li>from a culture of isolation . . . </li></ul>
  9. 9. To an organization of shared learning and practices .
  10. 10. Why Change?
  11. 11. Because now more than ever, our democracy needs us to produce highly educated citizens who can compete and contribute to a rapidly changing global economy. To accomplish this, we must shed ourselves of outdated practices that lock us into the past.
  12. 12. But why change? We are still #1! Things are just fine. This is just drama.

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