Charting a course for the future of school is an exciting undertaking. One of the parts of our work at the Inspired Learning Project that we enjoy most is having the chance to connect with like-minded educators who are leaders of change. Whether as educators, authors, researchers, or learners - they take steps to support school environments that align with their beliefs about learning.
This year, The Inspired Learning Project has partnered with this talented group in order to gain their support in acting as catalysts for building the next generation of schools. With that in mind, we are excited to introduce you to the Inspired Learning Catalysts. Through their role, they will regularly share their thoughts and perspectives through our blog. In addition, we look forward to featuring their work through digital conversations, the chance to connect at professional development workshops, and more.
Our ILP Catalysts include:
Nicole Bottomley, Principal, Holliston High School
Jenn Clifford, Principal, Cutler School, Hamilton-Wenham Public Schools
Kathleen Duff, Director of Career and Technical Education, Newton Public Schools
Liz Garden, Dr. Leroy E. Mayo Elementary School, Wachusett Regional School District
Brian Hodges, Social Studies Coordinator, Attleboro High School
Dr. Beth Holland, Researcher & Writer, Newport, RI
Amanda Hough, Teacher, Mashpee Middle/High School
Patrick Kelley, Principal, Triton Regional High School
Erin Lachapelle, Dean of Students, Ashland High School
Patrick Larkin, Assistant Superintendent, Burlington Public Schools
Ted McCarthy, Principal, Sutton High School
Pam Moran, Author/Retired Superintendent, Albemarle County Public Schools, VA
Toby Reed, Teacher, Attleboro High School
Kelley St. Coeur, Principal, Ashland High School
Colleen Terrill, Teacher, Seekonk
Erik Tracy, Principal, Hamilton-Wenham Public Schools
Paul Vieira, Assistant Superintendent, Ashland Public Schools
Are you interested in being an Inspired Learning Catalyst? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this opportunity.
12/9/2020 05:24:45 pm
We need to prepare for the worst. If you are not prepared for things to go bad, then you are just not prepared enough. People think that this is a bad mindset to have, but that is not what I think. In my opinion, not being prepared is the worst mindset to have. Those who just flip a coin in whatever they do, they are the ones who do not make it to the top at all, my good man.
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