Last night for dinner I was talking with a large group of educators from Illinois. A table full of educators will no doubt end up talking about education, and of course Workshop. Some questions that came from our conversations…..
- How do we get buy-in from our teachers to launch Workshop?
- What do you do with those naysayers who 'won't' implement?
- How can/do we push people to keep going/working/learning/encouraging?
There is of course no formula for this, with each school/staff there needs to be a different approach, depends on many factors. I believe our 'Team Kid' attitude/slogan at John Swett makes it pretty easy to move forward and be a pusher! My blog post about that can be read here.
Thinking more about this during coffee today, how do we make/encourage more people to push or become a pusher?
More thoughts coming up after hearing Keylene Beers keynote yesterday and seeing this tweet!
And this tweet from Justin Tarte and this blog post.....
Who's your pusher? Are you a pusher? Can you become a pusher? Make it happen, it's good for kids!