Teachers as leaders of classroom teams

Bandemer Park, Ann Arbor, Michigan/Dennis Sparks

Sometimes it the simple acts that are the most radical. That’s because their successful execution requires the most radical kind of learning — the development of new paradigms that affect how individuals view the world and the acquisition of understandings and skills that guide their actions in implementing the new paradigm. In this case, I’m thinking of teachers adopting a conceptual frame in which they view themselves as leaders of teams of students and their families and developing the knowledge and skills required to be successful team leaders.

To read more of my essay on Jim Knight’s “Radical Learners” blog . . .

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