CHAPTER 1. Renegade Leadership Defined
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Water Cooler Questions:
Why is pedagogical precision so important?
What practices do we need to pause or say "no" to in order to create space for innovative best practices?
How might the Renegade Leadership scale help inform our work?
#30SecondTake Podcast: Two school leaders give their quick 'takes' on a Water Cooler Question from chapter one.
Crowd Accelerated Innovation: Chris Anderson's TED Talk discusses the conditions that cultivate innovation.
UnearthED on the BAM Radio Network: A discussion of what "permission to innovate" sounds like to a teacher.
The Backwards Brain Bicycle: Creating innovative schools requires that we understand what is involved in unlearning.
Additional Blog Posts:
Compliance/Control vs. Creativity/Innovation (2015) by Michael Niehoff
A commentary on the collision of two worlds, and the leadership required to link best-practice and innovation.
We Have to Stop Pretending (2015) by Pam Gilders
This blog post relates to the Water Cooler Question, "What do we need to pause or say 'no' to in education?
Roll Up Your (Pant) Sleeves (2016) by Lindsy Stumpenhorst
Get ready to roll up your sleeves...this blog post captures the Renegade Leadership spirit in childlike eloquence.
Dr. Brad Gustafson is an elementary principal, author, and speaker. He believes schools can be spaces where creativity and innovation thrive, but only when we prioritize relationships and a relevant, connected pedagogy.
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This TED-inspired talk introduces a real-life renegade, and unpacks the basic tenants of a digital-age pedagogy.
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Kids Deserve It! (2016) by Todd Nesloney and Adam Welcome
The Innovator's Mindset (2015) by George Couros
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Challenge 1.1: Understanding Your Leadership Lenses