Our very own Richard DuFour was recently featured on the Education Talk Radio live podcast, discussing Professional Learning Communities and his latest book In Praise of American Educators and How They Can Become Even Better. Check out the playback stream below, and let us know what you think of the interview and the book in the comments below.
Getting Smart’s Carri Schneider recently set down with Michael Fullan and Lyle Kirtman, authors of Leadership: Key Competencies for Whole-System Change, to chat about their work, the book’s research base, and reasons to be optimistic about the future of education.
Listen to the podcast now for the promo code to get 30% off the book.
[This is a re-post from Becky DuFour, originally published on Rick DuFour’s Caring Bridges blog.]
Rick is in day 3 of his new clinical trial and so far, so good! He has not had any side effects from the two new oral medications he’ll be taking each day. The doctors and nurses at Virginia Cancer Center monitored him and his vital signs for four hours after he took the first two pills Monday morning. Likely because he responded so well, right before they sent him home, the nurse informed Rick the drug company had just placed him in a “special” cohort of trial patients – as of Monday afternoon, they doubled his dosage of both meds. Take that, you #*&@% lung cancer!!
Our friends at Getting Smart recently shared this infographic on Leadership: Key Competencies for Whole-System Change by Lyle Kirtman and Michael Fullan. Read what they had to say about the book and check out his useful graphic on #7LeadershipCompetencies: