Re-posts

Teacher leadership as a model of school leadership and professional development

JONATHAN DOHERTY, LEEDS TRINITY UNIVERSITY, UK A changing picture of school leadership Over the last few decades, roles in schools have changed in response to an evolving educational landscape. School leadership includes not only includes headteachers now, but staff at all levels, supporting their career advancement (ET2020, 2019). Classroom teachers are assuming greater levelsof responsibility and leadership, moving between roles… Read More »Teacher leadership as a model of school leadership and professional development

How to Power Through Desk Work When You’re Not in the Mood

Claire Douglas-Lee: April 5th, 2021 I don’t know about you, but there are days when I really can’t be bothered to tackle my responsibilities. I’m simply not in the mood. Maybe for you, it’s drafting grant proposals, responding to emails, writing articles, working on a chapter of your book, editing a work report, or applying for an endless slew of… Read More »How to Power Through Desk Work When You’re Not in the Mood

20 Reasons Why I’m Sad to Say Goodbye To The Covid Lockdown

Lisa Bradburn: May 27 Introduction The province of Ontario, Canada, is exiting our third strict lockdown, and somehow unexpectedly, I feel melancholic, perhaps even anxious about the departure of the restrictive measures. One of the fantastic benefits of being confined to a small geographical area is the act of slowing down, the ability to see and feel my whole self with an unprecedented awareness than before the… Read More »20 Reasons Why I’m Sad to Say Goodbye To The Covid Lockdown

I’m Not Scared to Reenter Society. I’m Just Not Sure I Want To

Carolyn Drake: May 30, 2021 Introduction This post-pandemic summer is evidently expected to be one long orgiastic reunion, after which, once that’s out of our system, it’s back to work, back to school, to what we used to call “normal.” And if the pandemic had ended, say, last June, after a couple months of lockdown, we probably would’ve returned to… Read More »I’m Not Scared to Reenter Society. I’m Just Not Sure I Want To