In “Graduating All Students Innovation-Ready,” Tony Wagner ended his piece with this question about courage:
Our students want to become innovators. Our economy needs them to become innovators. The question is: As educators, do we have the courage to disrupt conventional wisdom and pursue the innovations that matter most?
Recently, GOOD published a piece about a few of the disruptors – those who are pushing us to consider the bigger possible (r)evolutions in education. It’s great material for a bit of optimistic brain stretching…
More about the film
GOOD Video: How Do We Make Learning Relevant to Students?
[Thanks to Govantez Lowndes for putting me onto the documentary on GOOD. I had missed it.]