3 Questions for the Visionary Leader

    I love the Seth Godin quote above.
    It is one that guides my thinking as we move forward in education, and if you want to be someone who influences change in yourself and others (a leader), here are three questions you should consider based on the above quote.
    What opportunities exist for our students today that didn’t exist when we were in school (both in and out of the schools) and what are we doing about it?
    What is our vision for what learning for both educators and students (learners)
    How are we bringing this vision to life?
    Great leaders don’t simply maintain what is but they envision and create what could be.  They do not only focus on reflecting new realities, they help create new realities for those that they serve.
    What will you create?

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